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Nigerian Agip Oil Company (NAOC) Limited operates in the land and swamp areas of the Niger Delta, under a joint venture arrangement with NNPC (60%), NAOC (20%), and Oando (20%), with concessions lying within Baylesa, Delta, Imo and Rivers States. NAOC is the operator of two onshore exploration leases OPL 282 (90% interest) and OPL 135 (48% interest). NAOC is also a partner in the SPDC joint venture with 5% stake. The concession covers a total area of 5,313 sq.km comprising four blocks –OML60,61, 62 & 63.

NAOC’s production asset includes 9 No. flowstations, 2No. as Plant and 1No. Export Terminal. The flow stations and Gas Plants are connected to the Terminal in Brass through a 460 km pipeline network, while additional 180km pipelines carries NGL and fuel gas to Indorama Petrochemical Company, Eleme. The Gas gathering pipelines linking Kwale through Akri –Ob/Ob to N-LNG spans 170km. Most of the flow stations have been expanded and retrofitted to take care of growth in operation and support gas gathering effort, as well as improve efficiencies (resulting from installation of latest technology) towards achieving the flare down agenda of the company.

 

 

 

 

 

 


Last updated on 16/10/15

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