President Tinubu to commission critical gas supply projects at NNPCL – PCNGI




President Bola Ahmed Tinubu between May 15 and 22 is to embark on the virtual commissioning of critical gas supply projects at NNPCL.

Programme Director and Chief Executive of the Presidential Compressed Natural Gas Initiative PCNGI, Engr. Michael Oluwagbemi, disclosed this on Wednesday in Abuja.

He said, “As part of our commitment to fostering sustainable energy solutions and reducing carbon emissions, PCNGI is embarking on an extensive pre-launch itinerary aimed at engaging stakeholders, showcasing critical gas supply projects, and facilitating the conversion and refuelling infrastructure across the nation”.

According to him, the PCNGI would engage stakeholders from Oyo, Ogun and Lagos on May 15 while those from the South South and South East would have theirs on May 17, and the following day the committee will launch the South South Affiliate Conversion and Refuelling Center in Port Harcourt.

He said between May 22 and 30, the presidential committee would have a combined engagement with stakeholders from Osun, Ondo, Ekiti, Kogi and Kwara, inspect the Kojo Factory at Enugu-Onitsha Site where it will receive cylinders and kits, as well as the first Set of assembled tricycles and buses.

“These activities mark significant milestones in our journey towards achieving energy efficiency, environmental sustainability, and economic prosperity for Nigeria. PCNGI is committed to fostering collaboration with all stakeholders as we pave the way for a cleaner, greener future.

“These programmes are a fulfilment of President Bola Ahmed Tinubu’s promise to drive Nigeria’s energy transition in the transportation sector leveraging CNG and enabling economic growth”, Oluwagbemi added.

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