An indigenous oil and gas company, Hyde Energy Limited, is about making fresh investment in the midstream subsector of the industrial specifically targeting expansion in the Liquified Natural Gas, chain.
At a media parley, the company while revealing its achievements in the LPG market said, it is keying into federal governments decade of gas initiative.
The chief executive of Hyde Energy, Olademeji Edwards, while providing information on the intended investment, said the firm has made reasonable contributions to the country by assisting local businesses to convert from charcoal to LPG.
Hyde Energy is also expanding its LPG operations to capitalise on massive potentials in the Nigerian market.
It has built trusted reputation in the global, regional and national wholesale LPG markets.
Hyde Energy operates across the value chain of the energy industry.
The company deals with the importation of petroleum products including Premium Motor Spirit, PMS, Gasoil, Dual Purpose Kerosene, DPK, Jet Fuel, Liquified Petroleum Gas, LPG, automotive lubricants and Naphtha.
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