Routine Gas Flaring ends 2023 in Nigeria –TotalEnergies

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    TotalEnergies in Nigeria, has revealed that i Routine Gas flaring in Nigeria  ends this year 2023.

    The Deputy Managing Director, TotalEnergies in Nigeria, Victor Bandele, stated this at the 2023 Sub Saharan Africa International Petroleum Exhibition and Conference, SAIPEC, the third panel session on Tuesday in Lagos.

    He stated that the Company has come to stay in Nigeria in terms of Gas Exploration and Production. The Deputy Managing Director who is also in-charge of the Deepwater Assets of Total Upstream Companies of Nigeria, noted that TotalEnergies plays active and important role in Gas exploration in Nigeria as it is a part owner of Nigeria LNG Limited.

    He however, called on government to create enabling environment for gas Exploration across Africa.

    Speaking further, he said that Total changed its name to TotalEnergies to incorporate the entities of the future, noting that TotalEnergies has diversified to Solar Energy Business in Nigeria and Africa.

    “We are identifying new opportunities in Nigeria. TotalEnergies is also playing active role in marketing and production as it has 550 filling stations in Nigeria”, he said.

    Africa according to him is a part of the world that needs energy the most.

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