Wednesday, July 18, 2018


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 Nigeria’s power generation has increased to three thousand, eight hundred and seventy six point nine megawatts a report says.


This increase is attributed to the repair of a ruptured gas pipeline recently fixed by the Nigerian National Petroleum Corporation.


The ruptured pipeline supplies gas to most thermal electricity generating plants in the country.


The Transmission Company of Nigeria in a statement disclosed that there was significant improvement in gas supply to the power generating plants following the restoration of the ruptured pipeline, adding that gas was gradually building up in most generating stations.


The General Manager, Public Affairs of TCN, Ndidi Mbah, stated that as soon as the gas build up was completed, the affected generating stations would resume normal power generation to the grid.

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