The 1,100km-long, upcoming EWOGGS project will be operated by Dangote Industries. This deepwater, onshore, gas pipeline, with a maximum diameter of 38 inches, will start in Rivers (Nigeria) and ends in Lagos (Nigeria).
The EWOGGS project is expected to commence operations in 2026 and will be owned by Dangote Industries and FIRST Exploration & Petroleum Development.
The EWOGGS project is associated with the 446km Escravos–Lagos (NGC).
During the period 2021-2025, the EWOGGS project is expected to witness an estimated capex of $2,050m.
Contractors involved in the EWOGGS project:
Some of the key contractors for the EWOGGS include –
Main EPC: China Communications Construction, China National Offshore Oil.
About Dangote Industries
Dangote Industries Ltd (Dangote) is a conglomerate company. It operates in various businesses such as cement manufacturing and importing, sugar refining, salt refining and seasonings, flour and semolina, packaging materials, port operations, food and beverages, and transportation. It owns real estate assets such as warehouses, flats, and commercial offices in Nigeria; provides freight services to facilitate transport of raw materials from the sea ports to factories located inland, and distribution of finished goods. Dangote’s retains in port operations, which include terminal, bulk cargo, containerization operations; provides carrier and 3G wireless services. The company invests in various upstream oil and gas projects in Nigeria, and centres on project development in the downstream sector; and also operates in power generation (coal), gas exploration, and fertilizer production. The company markets its products under the brand names of Dangote Sugar, Dangote Salt, Petit Tomato Paste, Dangote Cement, and Dangote Sacks. Dangote is headquartered in Lagos, Nigeria.
Information on the pipeline is sourced from GlobalData’s Oil & Gas Pipelines database that provides detailed information on all active and upcoming, crude oil, natural gas, petroleum products and Natural Gas Liquids (NGL) trunk pipelines globally. Not all companies mentioned in the article may be currently existing due to their merger or acquisition or business closure.