Midstream Company Is Awaiting Consent To Launch Operation July
According to the Nigerian Content Development and Monitoring Board, operations of the Edo-based Duport Midstream Company Limited would begin in July 2022.
Simbi Wabote, the Executive Secretary of the NCDMB, said that the DPR team will visit the plant for a final inspection before Duport could start producing in large quantities during a facilities tour of the company on Thursday in Egbokor, Orhionmwon Local Government Area of Edo State.
Wabote said, “The plan is that on July 18, DPR will come and do the final check in terms of giving us the approval to introduce hydrocarbon into the refinery. So, between now and the end of July this refinery in addition to the one we have in Ibigwe in Imo State will become operational.
“This will be the second refinery that will switch on in July. Currently, one of our refineries is working, which is Watersmith Modular Refinery
“At the moment, we can process 60-million-scf of gas daily. This refinery is a 10,000 barrel per day refinery and we will start with 2,500 barrels per day. The power plant capacity is over 50 megawatts and we are starting with five megawatts. We have a 32-racks data center that can go up to 100 racks.