Our project

LNG Processing Facility

The Bayelsa LNG export project will be a long term, low cost provider of LNG sourced from the resource rich Niger delta natural gas reserves. The facility Phase 1 project will commence LNG production in 2027, solidifying its presence and capabilities in the global market.

The first Trains to come on line will be Trains 1 and 2 with a projected production capacity of 1.5 Mtpa each. The combined total production capacity of Phase 1 will be 3 Mpta.

Following Phase 1, a Phase 2 Expansion Project will bring on the construction of 4 more Trains which will grow Bayelsa LNG's total production capacity to a robust 9 Mtpa.

LNG Export Terminal

Storage Tanks and an Export Terminal will be constructed on the land supplied by the state government according to the feasibility study. The location will be in close proximity to the Atlantic ocean and support the various types of ships and have state of the art loading docs and infrastructure.

Our Subsidiaries

Bayelsa LNG will have two subsidiary companies
offering more potential for profit and added value:

  • Bayelsa LNG Transport Company

  • Bayelsa LNG Ship Management Company

Bayelsa LNG Transport Company will be established to provide shipping capacity for BLNG. The company will be owned by BLNG and its shareholders. BLNG Ship Management Company will be a private Limited Liability company to provide shipping services including training, manning, fleet management and consultancy services to Bayelsa LNG.

Our Location

The Bayelsa LNG facility site will be in Bayelsa State in the delta area of the River Niger which has fantastic access to the Atlantic Ocean.

The Bayelsa State Government will provide all lands. Our specific location and site is still to be chosen and allotted based on the feasibility study and the requirements of the Investors. There are many International Oil Companies already working here such as Chevron, Shell, Agip, ExxonMobile, Total and ENI.

This area has gas fields with reserves of over 100 Million cubic feet. In fact, 80% of Nigeria’s Natural Gas Reserves are found in the Niger Delta area. The largest gas well in all of Africa is located in Gbaran Ubie, Bayelsa.