The project involves ownership, operation, and expansion of Seven Energy International Ltd.’s natural gas midstream facilities in the eastern Niger Delta region that are run through its wholly owned subsidiary, Accugas Ltd. Proceeds of a shareholder loan from Seven Energy to Accugas have been used to fund construction of Accugas’ assets, including construction of a gas-processing facility and the Uquo to Oron pipeline. The company has executed gas-supply agreements (GSA) to deliver up to 175 million standard cubic feet per day to two power plants (Ibom Power Company and Calabar Electricity Generation Company Ltd), which will be providing in excess of 750 megawatts to the national electricity grid.
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