The management of the Nigerian Liquified Natural Gas has issued a statement to declare the company is still in operation after news filtered across media outlets that the establishment has stopped operations due to the flood disaster that affected areas it’s plant is located.
The statement said the attention of NLNG has been brought to media reports that it declared Force Majeure on Monday 17th October 2022 and that operations at its facilities have been shut down due to flood while clarifying that
the company’s plant is in operation though at a limited capacity, due to reduced gas supply from some of its upstream gas suppliers.
it further said “none of NLNG’s assets on Bonny Island or in any of its host communities are impacted by the flood and the “Force Majeure” is as a consequence of a similar notice by Upstream Gas Suppliers due to the impact of flood in their production facilities”
“NLNG is working with all critical stakeholders on mitigating the impact on product deliveries, continues to supply LPG to the domestic market for now from the limited production and continue to monitor the situation with Upstream Gas Suppliers while evaluating the impact of the flood on its business” the statement said.