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Host Communities

Our hosts are those communities where the Nigeria LNG Plant is located, other NLNG Facilities and the particular communities the NLNG Gas Transmission System (GTS) traverses. Our core host is Bonny kingdom. The Nigeria LNG plant is located in Finima; a community in Bonny kingdom. Bonny kingdom hosts other major NLNG facilities like the Water-Wells (in Abalamabie), the NLNG Residential Area and six GTS communities.
The NLNG Gas Transmission System transverses about 110 communities which cut across nine Local Government Areas and nine kingdoms all in Rivers State. The Port-Harcourt Supply Base, where most logistics and pipeline activities are coordinated, has two major hosts: Amadi-Ama and Ogbumnabali communities.

As a truly Nigerian Company that is proudly world-class in operations, we are committed to building a better Nigeria and, in particular, the development of Rivers state and our host Communities through various programmes, schemes, projects and interventions.


Bonny Town is only accessible to Port Harcourt/other parts of the State and indeed, the outside world by Air and Water. Water is the most commonly used form of transport. A journey from Port Harcourt to Bonny lasts between fifty and seventy-five minutes depending on the speed of the boat used. Normal take off point from Port Harcourt is the Bonny jetty, off Creek Road, Port Harcourt and take off point from Bonny is the Coal Beach Jetty, off King William Dappa Pepple Road, Bonny. Open outboard commuter boats are available on a regular basis.


Bonny Kingdom plays host to Shell Petroleum Development Company, Mobil Producing Unlimited, Chevron Nigeria Limited and Nigeria LNG Limited. Other cottage industries exist but on a small scale. These include bakeries, block moulding, tile manufacturing as well as gas and welding industries. There are currently a number of banks and insurance houses operating on the Island.  Bonny Kingdom has many hotels and guest houses



​NSML is committed to ensure that Nigerian crews are well represented in numbers of officers that work onboard NLNG Vessels and third​ party charterers. The Nigerianization P​​lan is to ensure that Nigerians are recruited straight from the cadetship phase and sponsored to obtain the CoCs in schools abroad after which their careers with the company is appropriately monitored and managed as they rise within th​e ranks.​

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Bonny Gas Transport Limited was established in 1989, following the incorporation of Nigeria LNG Limited, to provide shipping capacity for NLNG project.

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