Members of the Bonny Kingdom Professionals (BKP) and Ijaw Youth Council (IYC), have protested against the Train 7 project of the Nigerian Liquefied Natural Gas (NLNG), by insisting on implementation of a new salary benchmark for the NLNG Train 7.
It was gathered that the workers are agitated and aggrieved that for so long, their salary structure had remained the same without any changes.
“We want a new salary benchmark for NLNG Train 7. It is overdue and we won’t keep quiet,” one of the protesting workers said.
Nigeria LNG Train 7 project is an ongoing expansion of the Nigeria LNG Terminal at Bonny Island, Nigeria, which currently has a total of six operational LNG processing units, four 84,200m³ LNG storage tanks, four 65,000m³ refrigerated storage tanks, and three 36,000m³ condensate storage tanks.
In addition, the terminal has a common LNG processing fractionation plant, a common condensate stabilization plant, two LNG export jetties, 23 dedicated LNG ships, a materials off-loading jetty, and ten gas turbine generators with a combined capacity of more than 320MW.
Owned and operated by Nigeria LNG (NLNG) Company, a joint venture between Nigerian National Petroleum Corporation (NNPC), Shell Gas, Total, and Eni, the terminal currently has the capacity to produce 22Mtpa of LNG and 5Mtpa of liquefied petroleum gas (LPG) and condensate per annum (Mtpa)