Ghana has been facing severe shortages of gas due to discontinuation of gas supply by Nigeria for many months now via the West African Gas Pipeline.
What does WAGP stand for?
WAGP stands for West African Gas Pipeline
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Samples in periodicals archive:
Gas from EGP-2 is also sold to Benin, Togo and Ghana via the West African Gas Pipeline (see gmt7NigrGasExpAug17-09).
Special To Pipeline & Gas Journal The birth of the new West African Gas Pipeline involves the construction and operation of a regional high-pressure gas transmission system that will supply natural gas produced in Nigeria to thermal power stations in Benin, Togo and Ghana.
Several Nigerian communities filed a formal claim in late April with the inspection panel of the World Bank in Washington alleging damages caused by the West African Gas Pipeline.
The EIB plans to lend up to Euro 70 million to largely cover Ghana's funding of the West African Gas Pipeline Company project, building a pipeline transporting natural gas from Nigeria to Ghana, Togo and Benin.