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CNG INFRASTRUCTURE IN BENIN CITY, EDO STATE & IBAFO, OGUN STATE: Over 55 kms of gas pipeline network in Benin City, 3 state of the art CNG conversion workshops and 9 CNG Dispensing Stations is operational. Over 4000 CNG vehicles and 25 Edo state buses are currently running on CNG in Benin City and in & around Ibafo.
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Nipco Gas Limited has its CNG Stations at Benin City, IBAFO & Okene so vehicles can travel using CNG as fuel to and fro following locations — Lagos Ibadan — Lagos Benin — Benin Waari — Benin Abuja. Nipco Gas Limited is increasing its CNG Automotive business in following Delta State locations
NIPCO converts 5,600 vehicles from petrol to CNG
“With regards to access, more CNG stations are on within the Warri Benin axis, 3 in Warri and 3 in Benin.” In the area of awareness, the NIPCO’s helmsman said; “efforts are in place to improve marketing using various channels of communications while periodic road shows are being intensified to attract more motorists to embrace gas
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A vehicle installed with CNG kit can run either on Petrol or CNG. A typical sequence of activities for a CNG/Petrol (Bi fuel) vehicle are stated below: The CNG converted vehicle goes to a CNG filling station where the CNG from the station’s dispenser passes through the natural gas fill valve, installed in the car.
Aggrieved Motorists Threaten to Shutdown NIPCO’s Stations
MYNATION NEWS The fresh report reaching us reveal that barely few weeks after NIPCO Plc reopened its seven Compressed Natural Gas (CNG) Filling Stations in Benin, Edo State, after they were shutdown for several days by aggrieved motorists in protest against the hike in price of gas, the motorists are threatening fresh showdown with the company.
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CNG Nipco has inaugurated six CNG stations and two kits fitment workshops in the city of Benin, Edo State to provide meaningful access to compressed gas by motorist . Over 250 taxis in Benin have been converted to use CNG free of cost as part of measures to increase the use of CNG as a vehicular fuel .
Motorists Give NIPCO Ultimatum to Revert to Old Gas Price
The motorists had shutdown NIPCO’s seven CNG Filling Stations in Benin after the company increased the gas price from N55 per standard cubic meter to N95 per standard cubic meter for commercial
NIPCO moves to check sharp practices in filling stations
To ensure that customers get value for their money for purchases at the retail outlets, the management of NIPCO has created a unit in the company that will oversee activities at its filling
Nigeria: Nipco, NGC Launch Nations First CNG Fuel Stations
Lagos — Nigerian Independent Marketing Company (Nipco) Plc has launched Nigeria's first compressed natural gas (CNG) in Benin City for vehicular and sundry application. The plant also has
GGL multi billion dollars Compressed Natural Gas Plant 95%
Nigeria’s newest investment in the gas sub sector, Green Gas Ltd (GGL), on Thursday said its multi billion dollars Compressed Natural Gas (CNG) plant, located at at Ibafon, Ogun, was 95 per cent completed. The CNG plant is a Joint Venture Company between Nigerian Independent Petroleum Company (NIPCO) and Nigerian Gas Compnay (NGC).
Compressed natural gas Wikipedia
Compressed natural gas (CNG) (methane stored at high pressure) is a fuel which can be used in place of gasoline, diesel fuel and propane/ combustion produces fewer undesirable gases than the aforementioned fuels. In comparison to other fuels, natural gas poses less of a threat in the event of a spill, because it is lighter than air and disperses quickly when released.
Nigeria: Nipco and NGC prepare to expand natural gas
Nigeria: Nipco and NGC prepare to expand natural gas fueling network Septem Green Gas, the joint venture between Nipco and Nigerian Gas Company (NGC), plans to develop and install 35 CNG stations across the country before the end of 2015.
Angry motorists threaten to shutdown NIPCO’s CNG stations
Barely a few weeks after NIPCO Plc reopened its seven Compressed Natural Gas (CNG) filling stations in Benin, Edo State, after they were shutdown for several days by aggrieved motorists in protest against the hike in price of gas, the motorists are threatening a fresh showdown with the company, ThisDay reports. Over 4,000 motorists, who use CNG as vehicular fuel had shutdown the company’s
NIPCO Gas is Clean, Economical and Safest Nigeria’s Gas
NIPCO GAS has well connected supply & distribution network. At the behest of Federal Government, Nipco Gas made Benin City, Edo State the test market for some of the energy solutions. NIPCO Gas has kitted the Benin city with the necessary infrastructure for the effective distribution of CNG
NIPCO spends N17bn on CNG projects Vanguard News
NIPCO spends N17bn on CNG projects for gas distribution to the CNG stations across the city of Benin to guarantee access to gas. between using CNG and petrol at will. The NIPCO
5,000 Vehicles Powered On CNG In Nigeria
The Nigerian Independent Petroleum Company Plc. (NIPCO), an indigenous downstream petroleum and gas operator, says about 5,000 vehicles use Compressed Natural Gas (CNG) as fuel in Nigeria. The company said that contrary to other opinions, CNG powered vehicles had come to stay in Nigeria, since the inception of the project in 2009. NIPCO’s Head of [ ]
Feasibility Report On How To Establish A Compressed
CNG as auto fuel would not only improve domestic consumption and utilization of gas but also reduces fuel subsidy on petrol majorly used as vehicular fuel in the country. Already , Nigerian Independent Marketing Company (Nipco) Plc has launched Nigeria’s first compressed natural gas (CNG) in Benin City for vehicular and sundry application.
Nigeria: NIPCO seeks to offer CNG in 5,000 stations NGV
Nigeria: NIPCO seeks to offer CNG in 5,000 stations. senior special assistant to the President on Energy Partnership, when visiting NIPCO recently. africa benin cng compressed edo state fueling station natural gas nigeria Nigerian Gas Company Nigerian Independent Petroleum Company nipco
Gas Price Hike: Aggrieved motorists threaten to shutdown
12 July 2016, Lagos Barely few weeks after NIPCO Plc reopened its seven Compressed Natural Gas (CNG) Filling Stations in Benin, Edo State, after they were shutdown for several days by aggrieved motorists in protest against the hike in price of gas, the motorists are threatening fresh showdown with the company, THISDAY has learnt.