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Nigeria Now Manufactures Gas Cylinders Locally

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Nigeria has started the manufacturing of local gas cylinders with Techno Oil Ltd’s unveiling of its TechnoGas LPG cylinders at the 31st World LPG Forum rounding off at Houston, Texas in the U.S.

Nigeria Now Manufactures Gas Cylinders Locally

Nigeria has started the manufacturing of local gas cylinders with Techno Oil Ltd’s unveiling of its TechnoGas LPG cylinders at the 31st World LPG Forum rounding off at Houston, Texas in the U.S.

The African country has now joined the league of giant nations, who manufacture LPG cylinders for export.
Having unveiled the LPG cylinders in the US, Techno Oil Ltd was the only African company that exhibited its cylinder products.

Over 1,500 participants drawn from 72 countries and 89 companies exhibited various products at the premier annual global event for the LPG industry.

The Executive Vice-Chair of Techno Oil, Nkechi Obi, has expressed that it was a fulfilling moment for her to announce to the world that made in Nigeria LPG cylinders could now be exported, rather than for Nigerians to continue to import cylinders and deplete its foreign reserves.

“The era of Nigerians depending on sub-standard cylinders imported from India, China and other countries is over for Nigerian and West African households.” Obi said.

Techno oil is an integrated, wholly indigenous company which holds a diverse portfolio of prime investment in oil and gas, energy, infrastructure and manufacturing.
Techno oil offers a wide range of petroleum products that conform to international standards, to ensure optimum performance. The company is a major supplier of Diesel, Petrol, Gas Oil, Marine Gas Oil, Marine Fuel Oil, Kerosene, Propane, Butane and Fuel Oil in the country.

Uzonna Anele
Anele is a web developer and a Pan-Africanist who believes bad leadership is the only thing keeping Africa from taking its rightful place in the modern world.

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