Legal Regulatory Structures
1) The Department of Petroleum Resources ( DPR), to fast – track all needed approvals to ensure a hitch – free project implementation. Appropriate HSE policy as well as Environmental, a detailed EIA study of the area as provided for in the National Environmental Guidelines and Standards for the industries in Nigeria (EGASPIN) as issued by the DPR before commencement of construction and Community Development Programs shall be put in place prior – to, during and post – construction as well as upon production take – off which Will ensure a crisis – free project implementation at the proposed project site.
2) The Ministry of Petroleum Resources shall collaborate with the Homeland Gas Company and the NNPC to ensure appropriate licenses, approvals and permits are issued as at when required for each phase of the project.
3) The Ministry of Environment and the State Government Ministries, Agencies and Departments of Government shall also provide needed support for the project take – off and subsequent operations.
Standards Organization of Nigeria (SON)
The Nigerian Maritime Administration and Safety Agency (NIMASA)
The Nigerian Ports Authority Plc (NPA)
The Nigerian Shippers Council (NSC)
State Planning Authorities
Health, Safety, and Environment
LPG, Gas Act Industry Regulation.
Current State of the LPG - NGL Gas Industry in Nigeria:
> LPG Industry Structure in Nigeria
> Nigerian National Petroleum Corporation (NNPC)
> Ministry of Petroleum Resources
> Bureau of Public Enterprises (BPE)
> Nigerian Association of LPG Marketers
> Nigerian LPG Association
> Chamber of Commerce, Industry, Mines and Power
> Nigerian Gas Association
> Nigerian Electricity Regulatory Commission (NERC).