Jun 08, 2016

Seplat pledges support of gas-to-power - Vanguard News

With constant emphases laid on non-availability of gas to power generation turbines that will generate electricity by the DISCOs, Seplat has stepped out to support the nation to meet its target in power generation. According to the Chief Operating Officer, Seplat Petroleum Development Company Plc, Mr. Stuart Connal, “In 2015, there was a notable evidence towards our contribution to power...

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