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​ Asiko Energy showcases products at LPGAS expo

General Manager, Operations, Asiko Energy, Motunde Hassan; and Executive Director, Asiko Energy, Martin Ekundayo, explaining the benefits of switching from diesel to the ASIKO gas powered industrial IPP generator LPGAS expo recently.

General Manager, Operations, Asiko Energy, Motunde Hassan; and Executive Director, Asiko Energy, Martin Ekundayo, explaining the benefits of switching from diesel to the ASIKO gas powered industrial IPP generator LPGAS expo recently.

Asiko, Nigeria’s leading supplier of gas-powered products, hosted its inaugural LPGAS energy EXPO recently at the Federal Palace hotel, Lagos.

The exhibition featured gas powered generators, that offer 25 to 40 per cent savings compared to diesel generators and better for the environment.

It also showcased innovative heating systems; industrial boilers and water heaters.

Also on display were gas powered cooling systems with up to 86 per cent reduction in electricity requirement and a 20 year service life; reliable and efficient fleet of trucks that provide clean gas energy to all parts of the country.

The Managing Director of the company, Felix Ekundayo, Asiko said: ​“This inaugural gas expo was to promote the strong capabilities of Asiko Energy, its subsidiaries and associate companies. We are very pleased with the turnout and quality of visitors we got to meet. Our aim is to provide Nigerians with an option of clean healthy living by getting them to switch their energy needs to gas”.

ILF Engineering, Technical partners said: ​“The Nigerian energy industry is changing and evolving, and we can no longer ignore the benefits of gas. With Asiko’s range of gas products, we will have access to cheaper, cleaner, renewable forms of fuel. This past year, major oil price shifts, changes in capital investment budgets and the general economic landscape has made the energy industry particularly dynamic. Gas, as an alternative to liquid fuels are more efficient, cleaner and offer significant savings in operating and maintenance costs when compared with conventional diesel fired power plants”..



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