Abuja - Nigerians may have to pay more for electricity as the federal government may have concluded plans to raise the domestic price of natural gas to $1.5 per 1 000 standard cubic feet (SCF) from its present rate of $1 per 1 000 SCF.
The new proposed price for gas represents a 50% increase, reports Premium Times.
Andrew Yakubu, Group Managing Director of the Nigerian National Petroleum Corporation (NNPC) said the move was to ensure adequate supply and encourage more gas supplies/sales to power plants.
Nigerians can now expect to pay more for their gas and electricity bills. Manufacturers who rely on gas will also face sharp price increases.
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