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The Chairman of Greenville LNG, Eddy van den Broeke (left) receives the Honourable Minister of Petroleum Resources (Gas), the Rt. Hon. Ekpo Ekperikpe at the Executive Wing of Port Harcourt Airport during the Minister’s visit to Greenville LNG’s Gas Liquefaction Plant, Rumuji in Emohwa L.G.A Rivers State last Tuesday

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Minister of Petroleum Resources (Gas), Rt. Hon. Ekpo Ekperikpe, has reiterated Federal Government’s commitment to develop the huge gas potentials of the country.

The Minister made tbis remark recently when he visited Greenville LNG’s Gas Liquefaction Plant in Rumuji Rivers State.

The Chairman of Greenville LNG, Eddy van den Broeke, directors and management staff received the Minister and his team in Rumuji Rivers State.

The Rumuji community also was not left out of the welcoming party as the Paramount Ruler of Odegu Kingdom, HRH Ohna Christian Elechi and his chiefs and people also joined Greenville LNG to receive the Hon. Minister and his visiting team.

After being inducted into all necessary HSE procedures, at the Control Room, the technical command post of the plant’s operations, the minister spoke on the low emission status of Gas utilization as he said the Federal government, in line with Nigeria’s commitments to global Climate Change remediation protocols, targets zero degenerative greenhouse emissions, stressing that Greenville’s low emission liquefied natural gas is the great pathway to government’s future environmental sustainability ideals.

Minister Ekpo also said that with the President Tinubu’s administration’s strategically courageous and operationally wise removal of fuel subsidy and its constraining effect on the nation’s development, the exploitation and utilisation of Nigeria’s abundant gas resources is now set to unleash the country’s sustainable development, growth and progress.

“The President Bola Ahmed Tinubu’s administration will give all and every support to Greenville LNG and other Gas producers to achieve the nation’s desirable development”, Minister Ekpo strongly assured his hosts.

In a statement by the Minister after the visit to the Greenville LNG Plant, Rt. Hon. Ekpo Ekperikpe said, “I was impressed with the state-of-the -art facilities that I saw, and the additional jobs created for our citizens in the plant was fulfilling.”

In a related event, Greenville LNG also used the occasion to implement a corporate social responsibility and community relations initiative when the company presented a vehicle to the HRH, the Ohna of Odegu, the traditional ruler of its host community to assist the monarch’s ease of travel.

Also on the Hon. Minister’s entourage were the Director of Gas in the Ministry of Petroleum Resources, Engr. Mrs Oluremi Komolafe and the Economic Adviser to the President, Dr Tope Fasua. The President’s Adviser on Energy, Sadiq Wanka was also in Rumuji for the event.

Senior business as well as top banking executives and oil and gas industry executives were also in attendance at the event in Rumuji, Rivers State.
Greenville LNG’s executives at the event included the CEO, Laurent Maubre and the company’s Chief Financial Officer Raju Limbachiya. Other directors present were Chris Nathaniel, Alh. Zubairu Bayi, and Joseph Oyadoyin. Other Management Staff of the company present at the event were General Counsel Barr. (Mrs) Ngozi Efobi, head of procurement Shri Pandey, Security chief Alh. Yusuf Zaiyanna, external advisor Mr Werner Pirijins, Business development executive, Rajeev Verma, and head of Communications, PR and Strategic Liaison Prince Moses G. Duku, fnipr, amongst many other personnel of Greenville LNG.

Greenville LNG is Nigeria’s private sector’s leading producer and distributor of LNG and CNG for the domestic market. With the company’s efficient virtual pipeline consisting of more than 500 specialised LNG-powered gas delivery trucks capable of driving about 1,200 kilometres and 1,700 kilometres without the need to refuel, Grenville from its Rumuji Gas Plant and its Gas hubs, delivers sustainable and reliable LNG and CNG energy supplies to every part of Nigeria. With Stations in Rumuji, Benin, Shagamu, Koton-Karfe and Kaduna and with Lafia station about to be commissioned into service, Greenville is working actively to open 25 Hubs to enable the delivery of more affordable, cleaner, and more reliable LNG and CNG fuels for homes, industry and power plants across the country.