Nigeria’s gas flaring commercialisation programme sits in limbo

Issue 437 - 29 Apr 2021 - By Ajay Ubhi | 3 minute read

The government is committed to ending gas flaring, but the main initiative to do so is in danger of stalling once again after delays to potential projects, lack of data and apparent official lack of concern which have frustrated bidders, writes Ajay Ubhi.

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