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Who will take our gas? The hunt for buyers in Nigeria's domestic market

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23 August 2018

Who will take our gas? The hunt for buyers in Nigeria's domestic market

Report summary

Gas supply to the domestic market is a hot topic in Nigeria. Producers everywhere are asking the same question: how can we monetise our gas and who are the credible buyers? Pressure from government to meet domestic supply obligations (DSOs) remains intense. Although Nigeria's DSO has been cut significantly in the last two years, the target has still not been met. In 2017 the DSO was double the volume actually delivered. However, the potential costs of DSO non-compliance has focused minds, particularly among the IOCs. All of them are prioritising supply to a market that is constrained in terms of infrastructure and credible buyers. Producers are desperately seeking customers, but are finding that their competitors are on exactly the same mission.

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This report includes 3 images and tables including:

  • Nigeria's domestic supply obligation versus actual supply to market
  • Performance of state-owned NIPP generation since Azura-Edo commissioning
  • Power output and utilisation in 2018 by plant and contractual status

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