NIPCO moves to increase cooking gas consumption in Nigeria

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NIPCO Plc has expressed its  determination  to join hands with Federal government in  promoting  access to Liquefied Petroleum Gas (LPG) as cooking gas to Nigerians at affordable rates.

Mr Sanjay Teotia, Managing Director , NIPCO , who  gave the assurance while presenting LPG accessories to public school administrators’ under the  Apapa local education authority  and some head teachers  in  Lagos, said it  is one of the conscious ways of encouraging use of gas as domestic cooking fuel .

The presentation of the items which included gas cylinders and burners took place at the company’s premises in Apapa, also forms part of NIPCO’s Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) initiatives.

He noted that this is not the first time the company is presenting free gas accessories to the populace citing the Auchi and Apapa community offer in previous years as part of the organisation reach out to boost gas usage among the populace.

The company’s boss also hinted that more efforts would be made in the area of skids deployment to our stations across the country to facilitate cooking gas access by the people in tandem with Federal Government drive to promote use of gas as domestic cooking fuel.

He noted that with the technical commissioning of the largest Liquefied Petroleum Gas (LPG) plant in NIPCO’s terminal Apapa, his company is set for more seamless operation in the storage and distribution of gas across the nooks and crannies of the country.

He explained that cooking gas is safe and economical to use compared with other domestic cooking fuel, adding that safety has remained a cardinal principle of the organisation at any point in the storage and distribution of gas at its LPG plant.

According to him, hundreds of skids are being mounted at its branded stations as well as its newly acquired 11plc, formerly Mobil plc, adding that very soon gas users would begin to enjoy better access to the product at very competitive rates.

He  emphasised that with the punch line of the company “’think cooking gas! Think Nipco gas!! “, the company would be relying on its brand uniqueness as a reference point in the downstream industry to increase our size of the LPG business.

He  stated that issue of under dispensing or any sharp practices in the process of gas dispense would not be allowed to rear its ugly head with the creation of a unit in the retail division  to  take of issues in that direction .

He added that regularly personnel from the unit move to our stations to ensure that consumers get value for their money either for white products or gas.

One of the beneficiaries, Comrade Olayinka Emmanuel, said the donation is a commendable gesture, stressing that the company has performed wonderfully well despite its short period of existence.

 

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