TotalEnergies to stop gas flaring by end of 2023 (

TotalEnergies to stop gas flaring by end of 2023

He said TotalEnergies has thus challenged the industry to consume gas.

He said TotalEnergies has only one onshore oil well and that the community has full power supply for about 25 years.

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Bamidele disclosed that 50 percent of TotalEnergies 550 filling stations now run on solar power.

He said Decade of Gas is here to stay and that TotalEnergies has pushed hard in all its portfolios in gas.

We have launched all projects that will take care of our needs.

Its time to harness it, he said.

The world will ask to come to Nigeria in the coming years, out of necessity, Bamidele said.

The highlight of Day 3 at NIES was the flag off of hightech exhibitions by industry player after his keynote remarks.

TotalEnergies is present in some other countries in Africa such as Cameroon, Egypt, Togo, he said.

Bandele said Nigerians have talked enough but must act on listed items one after the other.

Nigeria is the cornerstone of energy in Africa.

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