AN unsavoury mix of intrigues and power-play may have been hampering the execution of the $400 million (N60 billion) gas treatment processing scheme at Utorogu and Oben in Delta State.
The project, scripted to end gas flaring and provide dry gas for improved power generation in the country, has been bogged down by alleged continued officialdom, since July, 2009, when a company, Southfield Petroleum Limited (SPL), secured the Federal Government’s mandate to build supplementary treatment facility ...
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Added June 21, 2011
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