Kaduna State Welcomes first liquefied gas station in Kaduna

by Ikem Emmanuel

Kaduna State Governor, Senator Uba Sani, has officially opened the inaugural Liquefied Compressed Natural Gas (L-CNG) station established by Greenville LNG in Kakau, Kaduna State. This new facility is set to not only transform the state but also provide employment opportunities for the local youth, thereby giving a significant boost to the state’s economy.

The governor emphasized his administration’s dedication to making Kaduna a prominent business hub, commending Greenville’s management for revitalizing the local business environment and generating job prospects for residents. He highlighted the crucial importance of the L-CNG gas hub as a power source for micro, small, and medium-sized businesses and industries in the state. This development will help address the state’s urgent need for energy security.

Governor Sani noted that in a time marked by volatile fuel prices and global currency fluctuations, Greenville LNG’s L-CNG solution is warmly welcomed in Kaduna State. It not only promises economic growth but also the revival of various Kaduna-based industries, including textiles, machinery, steel, and aluminum, as well as the automotive and oil and gas sectors.

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He further explained that energy is a vital driver of business, and with the introduction of this L-CNG facility, small businesses will thrive. Moreover, it will create job opportunities for the youth, enabling them not only to find employment but also to unleash their creativity and innovation.

The governor expressed the hope that Greenville LNG would consider establishing more gas hubs in Kaduna. He assured the company of the state government’s full support to ensure the success of this groundbreaking initiative, anticipating the positive impact it will bring to both Kaduna State and the entire nation.


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