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Seplat Energy’s ANOH Gas Plant Reaches Mechanical Completion

Source: anohgas.com

Seplat Energy Plc has achieved a significant milestone in its ANOH gas plant project, marking the ‘mechanical completion’ of installation works on December 29, 2023, aligning with its revised timetable.

This accomplishment stands out as an exceptional feat, achieved across 11 million man-hours without a single recordable Lost Time Incident (LTI), underscoring the unwavering commitment of the entire team toward safe and secure operations.

The ANOH Gas Processing Company (AGPC), a collaborative venture between Seplat Energy and NNPC Gas Infrastructure Company (NGIC) Ltd, spearheads the delivery of the ANOH gas plant’s Phase One processing capacity, slated at 300mmscfd.

Upon initiation of operations, the plant is poised to supply dry gas, condensate, and LPG to its customers.

AGPC envisions the sale of gas and LPG within the domestic market while directing the condensates towards international markets.

Seplat Energy’s journey toward achieving this significant milestone involved key steps, notably the drilling and hook-up of Upstream wells and the completion of pivotal third-party infrastructure, including the OB3 pipeline river crossing and the Spur Line connecting OB3 to the gas plant.

Recent updates include the completion of the fourth and final well (ASSN-06) by the upstream unit operator, SPDC, following the prior announcement of the third well (ASSN-05).

The forthcoming focus now centres on finalizing plant pre-commissioning activities and concluding essential third-party infrastructure, which is pivotal in facilitating the commissioning of the gas plant and its subsequent operations. The company reaffirms its previously communicated guidance for the schedule of the first gas, indicating no alterations.

Roger Brown, Chief Executive Officer of Seplat Energy, emphasized the strategic significance of ANOH, highlighting its potential to nearly double gas production and generate dual income streams: one through wet gas sales from OML 53 to the gas plant and the other via dividends from the ANOH Gas Processing Company, responsible for plant operations.

Brown further underlined ANOH’s pivotal role in reducing Seplat’s and Nigeria’s carbon intensity while augmenting energy supply within the Nigerian domestic market.

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