NLNG Denies Project Delays

Tuesday, November 15, 2005
In response to press reports claiming delays, Nigeria Liquefied Natural Gas announced that its $5.7 billion LNG project is on schedule and is capable of fulfilling its contractual obligations, according to an AFX News report. NLNG has also taken measures to head off potential problems in the market, including a possible shortage in gas supply in 2006. The LNG project will supply much of the natural gas needs of Europe and the US in the coming decade. Source: AFX News
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