Tagged With Nigeria LNG
Political risk threatens Nigeria's oil sector recovery
28 January 2019
In Nigeria’s oil sector, debts are being settled—albeit gradually—and financial backing for new projects is being put in place, but investors remain cautious.
Lagos eyes LNG imports to launch private power plan
7 November 2018
Nigeria’s most economically successful state wants to go it alone, improving gas feedstock supply in a bid to woo private power project investors
NLNG's race for Train 7
14 September 2018
Nigeria LNG CEO Tony Attah says timing is critical to the success of its planned Train 7 project
NLNG strikes while the iron's hot
20 July 2018
Plans are finally in motion to expand Nigeria's LNG export capacity
Long to-do list in Nigeria
18 January 2018
NNPC has expansion plans for its lucrative upstream, and hopes to stem losses in the downstream, as the company awaits major restructuring
Abuja goes for gas, again
19 July 2017
Nigeria has long tried to develop a domestic gas market. The Buhari administration is trying again
Nigeria: making gas work
19 July 2016
A recent IPP deal suggests Abuja may have a way to come good on promises to provide power to the people
Missing the boat
4 April 2016
From Cyprus to the Niger Delta, developers hope to add lucrative new LNG capacity. The timing is bad
NLNG: they did it their way
1 June 2004
Nigeria LNG has secured sub-Saharan Africa's biggest-ever project financing - without it being a true project-finance structure. The firm's managing director, Andrew Jamieson, talks to James Gavin