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NLNG dissociates itself from online announcements about train 7 vacancies

ByVirginia D. Bannon

Jan 13, 2022

Nigeria Liquefied Natural Gas Limited (NLNG) has dissociated itself from online advertisements advertising vacancies for its positions in the Train 7 project.

The company has warned the general public that said advertisement or any other to the same effect is false, fraudulent and designed to mislead unsuspecting members of the public.

A press release from Anne Marrie-Palmer-Ikuku said neither NLNG nor its contractors have started recruiting for the Train 7 project, for which construction activities have yet to begin.

The statement reads in part; “The attention of Nigeria LNG Limited (“NLNG”) has come to an online advertisement advertising vacancies for its positions in the Train 7 project. The advertisement goes further by asking interested persons to join WhatsApp groups created in order to advance this job.

“Members of the public are therefore urged to exercise due diligence and caution at all times when assessing and verifying any claims made by persons purporting to act on behalf of NLNG, and are expressly advised to make no financial commitment in connection with such claims as neither NLNG nor its sub-contractors for the Train 7 project – a consortium comprising Saipem, Chiyoda and Daewoo (“SCD JV”) which is solely responsible for handling all aspects of Train 7 projects – will not make such requests.

He advised individuals and companies wishing to pursue opportunities under the Train 7 project to be again encouraged to visit the contractor’s website for exact details on how to do business with the consortium.

NLNG expressly disclaims any liability for any loss suffered by any person as a result of the use of such fraudulent advertisements, communications, emails or postings.


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