Honorable Minister Ed Fast said: “It is great for Canadian companies like IMW to be active in growing markets like Nigeria, which holds tremendous potential. By helping businesses expand and succeed abroad, we are also helping to generate jobs, growth and prosperity at home.”
In turn, Mr. Sani Dangote, Chairman of Borkir International, stated: “Our company is pleased to implement the latest CNG technologies for vehicles and stations in Nigeria which can be used as a platform to reduce diesel fuel costs with domestic natural gas and reduce vehicle air emissions at the same time.”
IMW’s natural gas fuelling stations are also being used to provide bulk delivery of CNG to Nigerian factories and industries located away from natural gas pipelines.
Source: IMW / Foreign Affairs and International Trade Canada.
Photo: Minister Fast (right) and David Gamble of IMW Industries (left) at Dangote facilities in Lagos, Nigeria (From Foreign Affairs and International Trade Canada Press Office).