November 20, 2023 [Leadership]- TotalEnergies said it is progressing with its near and long term energy transition initiative which will see significant reductions in Greenhouse Gas Emission, GHG and Carbon Footprint.
As part of its global efforts in the transition programme, TotalEnergies is ramping up the Solarisation of energy sources in across its facilities and host communities in Nigeria, and has achieved a modest generation of 0.12MW in 2021 to 0.55MWp in 2023 and with a target of 9.4MWp by the end of 2025.
The oil major is also close to eliminating routine flaring at its installations in Nigeria by the end of 2023.
Confirming upcoming key gas project being undertaken by the firm to our Correspondent at the opening the 41st National Association of Petroleum Explorationists, NAPE, conference in Lagos on Monday, Emmanuel Ekue, Deputy General Manager, DGM, Subsurface Development Integrator, said TotalEnergies is set to take Final Investment Decision, FID, on its UBETA OML 58 field by Q1, 2024.
Ekue, confirmed to LEADERSHIP that the field is a prolific asset that will upscale gas Supply to the Nigerian Liquified Natural Gas, NLNG plant and further improve domestic gas supply.
He said the project adequately aligns with the Federal Government gas Commercialization and domestic utilisation initiative.
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