Navgas has become an increasingly significant feature on the Nigerian LPG landscape.

The largest facility of its type in West Africa, Navgas has the capacity to throughput four times the current consumption of LPG in Nigeria.

March 2012 marked our second anniversary of safe and productive operation, and in February we passed the landmark of 5,000 trucks loaded.

Since its launch in 2010, a continuous programme of enhancements has included:

  • full power supply integration into the Nigerian National Grid
  • upgraded security including a new access control building
  • a new access zone free of general traffic, improving safe and unhindered truck movements
  • a new bund wall to offer spillage protection.

Live projects now include even more security enhancements and an even better experience for customers via a truck scheduling screen system.

Location Navgas, Lagos, Nigeria
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