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Supply risks undermine Nigeria's gas-to-power crusade

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Wood Mackenzie forecasts that gas supply to the domestic market will grow by 50% over the next five years, peaking at 1,742 mmcfd in 2020. But this growth is being stunted by the slow pace of generation capacity additions and persistent interruptions to fuel supply caused by bunkering and vandalism. Until security of supply is properly addressed, Nigeria's expanding generation capacity will be heavily under-utilised.

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