FG to End Importation of Petroleum Products by First Quarter of 2024


The federal government has projected that by the first quarter of 2024, Nigeria would put an end to the importation of petroleum products into the country.

Minister of State for Petroleum Resources, Timipre Sylva, who stated this said by the first quarter of 2024 the rehabilitation of the Port Harcourt refinery would be partly completed while the 650,000 barrel per day capacity Dangote refinery would also be on stream.

Sylva stated this at the resumption of the President Muhammadu Buhari administration scorecard series (2015-2023) organised by the ministry of information and culture.

Presenting the scorecard of his Ministry, Sylva specifically said that the 60,000-bpd capacity refinery within the Port Harcourt refinery complex would be ready for production by quarter one of 2024.

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