NLNG Cooperate Head office Complex in Port Harcourt commissioned

NLNG Cooperate Head office Complex in Port Harcourt commissioned

NLNG Cooperate Head office Complex in Port Harcourt commissioned

NLNG Cooperate Head office Complex in Port Harcourt commissioned

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The NLNG Cooperate Head office Complex whose construction was flagged off back in 2015 by Governor of Rivers State, Nyesom Ezenwo Wike has been commissioned.

The ultra-modern and smart corporate office owned by Nigeria LNG Limited (NLNG), a liquefied natural gas (LNG)-producing company, was built by Bouygues Construction Nigeria, a subsidiary of Bouygues Construction, on a 100,000 m² site located on the Niger delta near to Port Harcourt.

The four-storey complex has a 76,000 square meters built-up area and it features one Board room, 121 office spaces, 51 meeting and huddle rooms, smart and ergonomic workstations, a library, and a press center.

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A transit lounge for the company’s jetty, a warehouse, a dedicated fire station, a gym, two banking halls, an ATM gallery, and an ample green area make up other features of the office complex.

The NLNG Managing Directors remarks

Speaking during the commissioning ceremony of the project, Eng. Tony Attah, the NLNG Managing Director said that the construction and commissioning of the corporate head office were in line with the company’s vision of becoming a global LNG player and helping to build a better Nigeria.

The managing director added that the corporate head office has made the company more visible and that it is, with no doubt, a statement that NLNG remains a committed partner to the people of Rivers State in the sustainable development of the state.

“The decision to relocate from Lagos state demonstrates our strong bond of friendship with Port Harcourt and Rivers State at large even as we reinforce our commitment to stand tall as a Nigerian brand in the global marketplace. By this action, we also attest that this state is not just the ‘Treasure Base of the West African Nation’ but the home of uncommon hospitality which we have come to enjoy and reciprocate at every given opportunity.

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