A delegation from Ghana’s National Petroleum Authority (NPA) visited the management of Techno Oil Ltd. in Lagos on Friday to seek collaboration on Liquefied Petroleum Gas and cylinder marketing in Ghana, The Punch reports.
The leader of the delegation, Mrs Sheila Abiemo, told reporters that the Ghanaian government was sourcing ideas from some countries, including Nigeria, to help Ghana to formulate policies on LPG gas and cylinder distributions to end users. She said she was impressed with the pioneering role of Techno Oil and other private sector companies in popularising LPG consumption in Nigeria.
She lauded Techno Oil for its initiative in building a multi-million naira LPG cylinder manufacturing plant to boost LPG consumption in Nigeria and other West African countries, describing the endeavour as great for the sub-region. Abiemo said that companies in Ghana would be delighted to source LPG cylinders from Techno Oil to supplement increasing demands of the facility in Ghana.topics from