Nigeria’s Port Harcourt Refinery Rehab Project Picks up Pace

In late March, the Nigerian Federal Executive Council approved approximately $1.5 billion in spending for the rehabilitation and modernization of the Port Harcourt Refinery Complex.  With this decision, the Nigerian National Petroleum Corporation (NNPC) is preparing to begin this task before the end of the first quarter. This rehabilitation process at Port Harcourt is to be done over a three-phase process, with the initial phase designed to do most of the work with a goal of 90% capacity over an 18-month span.  Phase two will be done within 24 months and the final third phase is due over a 44-month span, putting completion of this project around 2024.   The Port Harcourt refinery complex i

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