Amidst the persistence of a Force Majeure, the Nigeria LNG Ltd. (NLNG) affirms that its operations at the Bonny Island plant remain steadfast. The Force Majeure, invoked due to the unavailability of crucial liquid evacuation pipelines, has been attributed to acts of sabotage and vandalism. However, this unfortunate circumstance has not hindered the overarching operations of the company.
Andy Odeh, the General Manager of External Relations and Sustainable Development at NLNG, clarified this stance in a statement issued on Friday. He underscored that, despite the ongoing Force Majeure, the NLNG plant has been continuing its production activities without disruption.
The company refuted claims from a report published on August 17, 2023, titled "NLNG Prolonged Shutdown Threatens Gas Production," featured in a national newspaper. The NLNG categorically labeled the report as both false and misleading, asserting that it does not reflect the current state of affairs.
NLNG maintains an unwavering commitment to its operations, sustaining the production of Liquefied Natural Gas (LNG) and Liquefied Petroleum Gas (LPG) in proportion to the feed gas it receives from its upstream gas suppliers. Notably, the cargo loading operation remains seamlessly operational, unfazed by the ongoing Force Majeure.
Source: Premium Times.