Three months after, NLNG yet to lift force majeure on supplies

…says Bonny plant still in operation

Nigeria LNG Limited has yet to lift the force majeure on product supplies it declared nearly three months ago.

The company said on Monday that operations at its plant on Bonny Island is still active despite the force majeure declared in October 2022 and feedgas supply challenges.

NLNG had on Oct. 18 declared force majeure on product supplies from its production facilities on Bonny Island, following the declaration of force majeure by all its upstream gas suppliers.

It said the notice by the gas suppliers was a result of high flood water levels in their operational areas, leading to a shut-in of gas production which has caused significant disruption of gas supply to NLNG. 

“The plant continues to produce LNG and LPG commensurate to the feed gas it receives from its upstream gas suppliers,” the company said in a statement.

It said in addition to ensuring steady operation, it remains committed to its culture of transparency and maintains consistent communication with key stakeholders on developments in the upstream sector.

“The company is closely monitoring the resolution of supply challenges by all relevant parties,” NLNG added.

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