LPG infrastructure is already available across Nigeria – Felix Ekundayo

The government is taking steps to develop compressed natural gas (CNG) infrastructure across the country, to create alternatives to petrol which has increased at the pump since fuel subsidies were removed. In the end, Nigerians are meant to benefit from cheaper CNG.

Aside from addressing gas supply issues in the country, some stakeholders have said the government should have varied gas-based alternatives across the country, so Nigerians can convert and make use of the gas type that is readily available to them.

Recently, Nairametrics reached out to Felix Ekundayo, the President of the Nigeria Liquefied Petroleum Gas Association (NLPGA) to gain some insight into the possible conversion of vehicles, vans, keke napeps, lorries, and generators, to LPG.