Greenville Liquefied Natural Gas (LNG) Limited, an LNG production and distribution company, has signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) with the Nasarawa State government to allocate land for an LNG and liquefied compressed natural gas (L-CNG) facility in Lafia, the state capital.
The company disclosed this in a statement released on its official LinkedIn page on Wednesday, November 30.
“Upon completion, the LNG and L-CNG station will serve heavy-duty trucks and smaller vehicles like cars and keke napep. This will benefit local businesses and accelerate investment in Nasarawa State’s industrial and auto gas sectors,” the company said.
Greenville LNG is a pioneer company in Nigeria to bring natural gas to industrial customers in the Northern region and to the Middle Belt, including customers in the south. With a fleet of cryogenic tankers that carry the LNG to far-reaching areas across the country, the firm is dedicated to actualising the gederal government’s transformation agenda.