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Shell-run Nigerian Power Plant Crippled By Unpaid Debts

The team at the Shell-run Afam IVgas-fired plant (Photo credit: Shell)

September 28th, 2017

The Shell-run Afam VI power plant was being run at one quarter of its capacity due to debts owed to power distribution companies by ministries, departments, and agencies that are all part of the Nigerian government. Shell says that security issues are also a “formidable obstacle to ensuring gas to power transmission”. 

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