Lagos Free Zone has signed an agreement with Norway during the Lagos – Norway Energy Exchange where Prim Krishna, LFZ’s GM– Power & Gas gave a presentation on their energy strategy.
This was revealed according to a statement on their verified Twitter handle.
The statement reads, “LFZ remains committed to building infrastructure designed to enable tenants to focus on their core business and this includes a sustainable energy plan. LFZ is leading the way with our central CNG station capable of handling 100,000 scm/day.
“We’ve also entered into a 20-year Gas Infrastructure Development Agreement which will lead to piped gas being available in the Zone by 2024.
“These are just a few of the initiatives leading us to a cleaner, more efficient, and more sustainable future.” the statement added.