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Nigeria LNG Limited remains focused on education and human capital development as areas of special significance, because these two areas are intrinsic and fundamental to national development. NLNG has three main levels of scholarship schemes: Post Primary, Under-Graduate and Post Graduate to encourage academic excellence and support human capital development in Nigeria.

The University Support Programme, launched in 2014, is part of NLNG's commitment to develop education and complement government and stakeholders' efforts. NLNG spent about USD12 million (amounting to USD2 million per university) to build modern engineering laboratories and/or furnish them with cutting edge engineering equipment to aid teaching and research in six universities across Nigeria's six geopolitical zones.

The Bonny Vocational Centre, established in line with specific agreements with Bonny Kingdom, a vocational enterprise institution approved and accredited by relevant agencies and awarding bodies such as the Rivers State Ministry of Education, National Board for Technical Education (NBTE), National Business and Technical Examination Board (NABTEB), Federal Ministry of Labour and Employment, City and Guilds of London Institute, and the Institute of Leadership and Management, London.

The Nigeria Prizes

Nigeria LNG Limited is the proud sponsor of three of the biggest and most prestigious prizes in Africa for science, literature, and literary criticism: The Nigeria Prize for Science and The Nigeria Prize for Literature, each worth USD100,000 in award money, and The Nigeria Prize for Literary Criticism with a N1 million cash reward. The Nigeria Prize for Literature and The Nigeria Prize for Literary Criticism are aimed at bringing Nigerian authors and literary critics to public attention and celebrating literary craftsmanship in the nation.
Nigeria Prize for Science
Nigeria Prize for science
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Nigeria Prize for literature
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The Literary Criticism Prize
The Literary Criticism Prize
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The Bonny Community Health Insurance Programme is a community-based health insurance initiative that is geared towards providing access to affordable, sustainable, and quality healthcare services without beneficiaries (in this instance, residents of Bonny Island) making out of pocket expenses when accessing medical care.

Our Approach

Nigeria LNG Limited's approach to corporate social responsibility is anchored on sustainability, stakeholding and partnership. NLNG is guided in this by its conviction based on sound business principles that businesses must as a matter of course continuously strive to be a force for good within society.

Economic Empowerment

NLNG Youth Empowerment Scheme (YES) was launched in 2004 as a sustainable development initiative aimed at youths (18-35 years old) within NLNG's host communities. YES is designed to make the participating youths economically and socially responsible and self-reliant through guided technical and managerial development training.

Bonny-Bodo Road

NLNG has committed to providing 50% (N60 billion), with the balance contributed by the Federal Government. Tagged the biggest CSR initiative by a private company in Nigeria, the 34 kilometre road passing through Bodo, Afa, Opobo and Nanabie to Bonny is expected to contribute significantly to the long-term goals of the Federal Government with respect to the development of the Niger Delta region.
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Infrastructure Development

Nigeria LNG Limited has constructed ultramodern health centres, provided hospital equipment, and, in some cases, also installed electricity transformers. It has built several kilometres of roads and many schools in several communities in Rivers State and promoted social interaction among communities. These are in addition to renovation of schools and town halls and sinking of water boreholes.