Nigeria has gas to last 100 years

Oct 08, 2008 02:00 AM

Nigerian Association of Petroleum Explorationists (NAPE) has revealed that the nation's gas reserves could last for the next 100 years and was enough to sustain ongoing domestic and regional projects.
The President, NAPE, Dr Kingsley Ejoh, disclosed this at a one-day seminar organised by the association, adding that based on the current reserves, there was enough gas to feed all the projects.

The NAPE President said Nigeria's gas reserves were about 180 tcf.
"Based on the industry's estimation, can last for 100 years production," he said.
Speaking on fears that there might not be sufficient gas in the country to feed domestic gas projects, particularly the independent power projects, he said there was enough gas for them.

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