Greenville LNG has a gas processing facility in Rumuji, Rivers State in Nigeria with (3) Liquefaction trains and a total capacity to produce 2250MT of LNG per day in Phase 1. Phase 2 of the project will include two (2) additional liquefaction trains, which will increase the total capacity produced to 5250MT per day. Greenville LNG is now onstream, producing and marketing Liquefied Natural Gas to customers across Nigeria since April 2019.
The customers of Greenville LNG are located across the country in all regions of Nigeria. The customers are supplied LNG by cryogenic tankers directly from the plant in Rumuji in Rivers State.
Greenville LNG has an initial fleet of 300 LNG fueled trucks with cryogenic tanks and a capacity of 23MT each and the trucks travel more than 1000km on a strech without refueling. Greenville trucks are fitted with GPS tracking devices to monitor movement and to ensure that LNG is delivered on time, every time. Greenville LNG is the first company in Nigeria and Sub-Saharan Africa to run its entire fleet of tankers 100% on LNG.
To ensure wider consumption of LNG, Greenville LNG refueling stations are strategically located across Nigeria for LNG fueled vehicles with experience in hydrocarbon logistics across Nigeria, Greenville LNG uses its innovative logistic approach to improve access to clean and affordable fuel for power, industrial and automotive uses. Greenville LNG is a one stop solution for gas power anywhere in Nigeria, with a capacity to supply LNG for industries with capacities from 1MW to 250MW. Greenville LNG is now in the process of setting up distribution hubs in different parts of the country to cater to SMEs with typical power requirements of 200 KW to 1MW.
Overall, Greenville LNG offers competitive pricing of LNG with ready to use facilities for storage, regasification and power generation, depending on the need of the consumer. Our customers are guaranteed product quality and supply to meet fuel requirements all year round. Greenville LNG is contributing to ending gas flaring, creating a greener environment, value added jobs, reducing the disbursement of foreign exchange for diesel importation, and contributing to economic growth in Nigeria.
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