Abuja - With the huge opportunities and new discoveries in the gas industry, Nigeria is anticipating over $25billion investment in the sector over the next decade,reports The Nation.
The new investment will help the country transit from being a crude oil country to an integrated oil and gas nation.
The planned investment also aims to double Nigeria's gas production from four billion cubic feet per day to over ten billion cubic feet per day in 2017.
The investment also envisages building new pipelines to distribute gas to areas cited for planned industrial activity and possible investment in liquefied natural gas facilities.
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