Nigeria: AKK pipeline contracts
- 20 Apr 2018
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Nigerian National Petroleum Corporation (NNPC) has awarded two of the three contracts for the 614km Ajaokuta-Kaduna-Kano (AKK) gas pipeline, part of the Trans-Nigeria pipeline project which aims to extend gas supply across the country. The contracts cover engineering, procurement, construction, commissioning and financing of the $2.89bn AKK scheme.Lot 1, for a 200km stretch of 40-inch pipeline from Ajaokuta to Abuja Terminal Gas Station (TGS), was awarded to a consortium of Nigeria’s OilServ and Oando, with a contract value of about $855m.
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