Greenville customers are mainly large industrial / manufacturing plants and power plants located across Nigeria. These customer sites are installed with LNG cryogenic storage tanks, regasification units comprising vaporisers, flow meters, pumps, and other accessories. The sites have containerised control room provided by Greenville. These control rooms are connected to the Greenville SCADA. Key measures are available with Greenville such as stock levels which then prompts the Greenville logistics team to ensure supply of LNG to the customer on time. All customer sites adhere to DPR regulations and are approved by them. Greenville has a technical team which attends to all customer sites when required.
Greenville LNG is setting up Gas Hubs across Nigeria to cater for Small and Medium Enterprises – “SMEs and Auto gas” These Hubs are to be located in the six geopolitical zones and will be catalysts for economic growth in the surrounding areas.
The Gas Hubs will cater to SMEs and Auto gas in the surrounding areas. These mid and smaller customers typically have power requirements between 150 KW to 1 MW and requirements for heating applications. The Gas Hubs will act as catalysts for macro-economic development in the areas they are located. These Gas Hubs will also facilitate Auto gas initiative replacing PMS with L-CNG for small and medium sized vehicles and Diesel with LNG for heavy duty vehicles. Greenville will supply L-CNG to sub-hubs on retail stations some of which will be on DODO model.
Greenville has a network of LNG re-fueling stations strategically located across Nigeria for LNG fueled vehicles (truck, tankers, buses). These re-fueling stations are located at Rumuji in Rivers, Koton Karfe in Kogi, Benin in Edo State, Sagamu in Ogun State and Kakau, Kaduna State. The management plans to introduce more of such filling stations.
The company is the first to introduce virtual pipeline system of transporting Liquefied natural gas via cryogenic tanker trunks in Nigeria. The cutting edge company offers Liquefied Natural Gas to customers all year round in a steady manner. The company also introduced these trucks to run on LNG which travel more than 1200 kms in a single refuel.
Greenville is participating in various special projects such as supplying LNG to power plants in Maiduguri and Sokoto. The company is setting up storage tanks and regasification facilities at the sites of these projects. The company is also setting up LNG refueling stations on highways in such locations so that the Greenville LNG-fueled fleet of trucks can transport LNG using the shortest route possible. Greenville is also in advanced stages of discussions with large customers in West Africa outside Nigeria. The company will transport LNG by a combined mode of sea and road transport to supply LNG to the neighbouring countries.