Dangote Industries Limited has disclosed that significant gas supply would be unlocked by its subsea gas pipeline project.
The Dangote Refinery would lead to the employment of over 70,000 Nigerians when it finally starts operation.
Femi Otedola said that construction works Dangote Refinery is 70% completed, even as the fertiliser plant is all ready for commissioning.
President of the Dangote Group, Alhaji Aliko Dangote, who is known for his wealth and his philanthropism, has reiterated his position on job creation.
The Dangote Refinery would reportedly save Nigeria about $10 billion in foreign exchange when completed.
NCDMB is optimistic that Dangote Refinery will boost local content policy with its 650,000 barrels per day project under construction.
The NNPC has disclosed that it’s in the process of establishing two new 200,000 barrels-per-day condensate refineries.
Dangote Refinery to export products to Europe, South America, others
Dangote Group has announced that its refinery would be commissioned by the end of first half in 2021.
Dangote Group has stated that contrary to expectation, Dangote Refinery won’t transport its fuel via pipeline to consumers.