The Nigerian House of Representatives says it will continue to support all initiatives aimed at accelerating investments in the production and processing liquefied gas in the country.
This was to consolidate the nation’s gas export opportunities and enhance gas utilization in the country.
The Chairman House Committee on Gas Resources, Mr Mutuh Nicholas stated this at an interactive session with the management of the Nigerian Liquefied Natural Gas Company, NLNG.
Mr Nicholas, who commended the contribution of Nigerian Liquefied Natural Gas to Nigerian revenue said the House would continue to partner with Nigerian Liquefied Natural Gas and other relevant agencies to improve on the nation’s revenue.
The Managing Director, Nigerian Liquefied Natural Gas Mr Anthony Attah stressed the need for legislation that would improve the prospects of Nigeria in the global gas sector.
He said that Nigerian Liquefied Natural Gas had in the last two decades exported over forty-five thousand gas vessels to global market making the country the 6th Global Gas exporter.