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Partner Head of Oil and Gas/Intellectual Property Practice Megathos Law Practice

Olufola Wusu is a policy consultant, entrepreneur and attorney, who was part of the team that helped review the National Gas Policy 2016 for the Federal Ministry of Petroleum Resources in...

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The ground breaking ceremony, of the $10 Billion #NLNG train 7 project by the President of Nigeria took place on Tuesday 15/06/2021.

In an interview with the legendary financial guru, Mr Boason Omofaye on Wednesday 16/06/2021, the anchor of the ARISE Xchange on ARISE News TV Networks.

Our Olufola Wusu , reviewed the $10 Billion NLNG Train 7 project , the #WAGP project and #LNG projects in 6 African countries.

With 6 #LNG producing countries in Africa + 26 LNG Trains = 46 MTPA (Million Tonnes per Annum).

Megathos Law Practice believes the #golden age of natural gas is far from over, in reality African LNG is happening in a big way!


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Matt Chester on Oct 18, 2021

Do you see a future where these African countries can be notable exporters of LNG on the global scale? 

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Olufola Wusu on Nov 29, 2021

Thank you for this.
The last frontier and arguably the most profitable of the golden age of natural gas, will be in Africa. Investors and African gas producers are poised to become users of LNG and notable exporters of LNG on a global scale!

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