Gas to Expand 👉Operations at Atuabo

Ghana National Gas Company (GNGC) has revealed its readiness to expand operations at the Atuabo Gas Processing Plant (GPP) and produce about 150 million standard cubic feet of gas per day (mmscfd) to about 220 mmscfd by 2024.
“As a company we are internally discussing all scenarios and when we are ready, we will announce details to the people of Ghana,” the General Manager in charge of Operations at the GPP, Mr Robert Lartery, disclosed this during a visit by the Parliamentary Select Committee on Mines and Energy to Atuabo, on Monday.
Already, he added that, Ghana Gas, as part of the expansion programmes, had extended pipelines to the Prestea enclave which would also reach Kumasi to feed into Ghana’s industrialisation plans, satisfy the domestic gas market and also boost power generation in the country.
“Currently in the Prestea enclave Ghana Gas is undertaking a massive infrastructure expansion and by June this year, another private company can be ready for off-takes of reliable supply of gas, as we look forward for the expansion of the gas processing plant.” Mr Lartey stressed.
Future expansion programmes, he indicated, would also explore the Takoradi-Tema route.
Source: allafrica

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