Pan Ocean Oil Corporation Limited, operator of OML98, Joint Venture with the Nigerian National Petroleum Corporation (NNPC), Production Sharing Contract OPL 275 and Ovade-Ogharefe Gas Processing Plant (OOGPP), said it will soon hit 200mscfd from its current capacity of 130 scfd by the time its phase 2 fully comes on stream, Business Day reports
According to Vanguard, Pan Ocean Oil said its ongoing gas plant project is also aimed at ending gas flaring. The Operations Base Manager, Pan Ocean, Monday Ikhureigbe, speaking during the oversight visit of the Senate Committee, to the Pan Ocean gas plant, said that the Senate visit was timely as the company is working towards ending gas flaring.
“The visit of the Senate Committee on Gas to Pan Ocean is necessary. For us, we have been at the forefront of gas flare out in the country. This facility is a clean development mechanism based project where we agreed from the beginning that flares are out and we have all the processes.”