Rainoil Limited, an integrated downstream oil and gas company operating in Nigeria, will be building a new Liquefied Petroleum Gas (LPG) plant in Lagos. The project was officially commissioned with Minister of State for Petroleum Resources H.E. Chief Timipre Sylva and Group Managing Director, NNPC and Mele Kyari in attendance along with Rainoil executives.
The new plant will have a tank capacity of 8,000 metric tonnes and according to Sylva, “the establishment of the plant aligned with the Federal Government’s drive to deepen cooking gas penetration and attain five million MT of LPG consumption by 2022.”
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Source: PetroleumAfrica via CrudeMix Africa