Gas pipeline project, Nigeria and Morocco have decided to work together to diversify the energy savings of both parties.
Mele Kyari, the group’s managing director, Nigerian National Oil Company (NNPCL) Limited revealed that the Nigeria-Morocco Gas Pipeline (NMGP) project is a very progressive idea and essential to the development of the West African economy. Gas pipeline project, The GCEO stressed the importance of the cooperation of the two nations during the signing ceremony of the project’s memorandums of understanding, which was held in Morocco on Saturday. “The integration of West African economies through the NMGP is essential for the economic growth of the region. NNPCL is committed to converting the project into functional value for all transit countries. He pointed out. Amina Benkhadra, Director General, National Office of Hydrocarbons and Mines of Morocco (ONHYM); Adama Djallo, Managing Director,
Petrosen Holdings of Senegal; and Tourad Abdoul Baghi, Managing Director, SMH of Mauritania, were all present, all of whom made remarks similar to those of Mele Kyari. The NNPC, Petrosen of Senegal, and the Mauritanian hydrocarbons company signed four memorandums of understanding, as part of the implementation of the NMGP project. The project is intended to exploit the resources of Nigeria natural gas. Gas pipeline project, This would in turn generate more revenue for the collaborating parties and diversify the energy markets of the two regions. Other unintended benefits are job creation, more energy, diversification of gas export routes, elimination of gas flaring, increased standard of living, etc. The project also aims to supply approximately 3 bscfd of gas along the West African coast of Nigeria, Benin, Togo, Ghana, Ivory Coast, Liberia, Sierra Leone, Guinea Bissau , Gambia, Senegal and Mauritania to Morocco.
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