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The Nigerian Gas Association (NGA) is the apex organisation representing the varied and numerous stakeholders in the gas sector within the Nigerian oil and gas industry. The NGA is a non-political association that was formed in 1999 to promote the development of gas in Nigeria for the benefit of the nation and the various stakeholders.

The NGA is the largest gas-focused volunteer/individual-member organization; the umbrella association and voice of the gas industry in Nigeria.

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What We Do

Anticipate & Drive Legislation and Policies

Influence the formulation of Legislation, Policies and Regulation.

Provide effective Advocacy to stimulate new thinking about Nigeria's natural gas resources.

Promote Investment in Nigerian Gas Sector

Provide the platform for sharing points-of-view on industry opportunities in interactive settings and by participation in gas related trade mission including World Gas Conference.

Be the Industry Resource Centre of Choice

Authority for information in the industry through knowledge exchange and consulted Study Groups.

Encourage Best Practices and Acceptable Standards

Towards optimising the economics of the entire gas value chain while emphasising environmental sustainability and safety.

NGA membership provides a powerful communication tool, a voice to decision makers, links to related organization, and the opportunity to help shape the future of the Nigeria energy industry.

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Current Events

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News Update

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06 May 2019

NGA 20th Anniversary Event

An event which will showcase and highlight the achievements and contributions of the NGA...

01 May 2019

Gas-to-power Emergency

GFN to declare a power sector emergency in order to develop a holistic intervention plan to rescue sector from collapse

23 April 2019

Bright Future for Gas

The IGU sees a bright future for Natural gas with 3.7% growth in global consumption.