Dangote Massive Refinery In Lagos (New Pictures)

While there have been mixed feelings in the sector over the actualization of this dream and if this refinery won't be delay due to the Nigerian factor, the Executive Director Devakumar Edwin, who oversees the project, described the suggestion that the refinery is unlikely to start production until 2022 as the product of “someone’s wild imagination”.

“Ninety-five percent of engineering has been completed, 90 percent of procurement has been completed. We started civil works in July last year and we have scheduled 2-1/2 years for mechanical completion,” he said, referring to when the plant is ready to be handed over for commissioning.

Aliko Dangote had said he hoped to finish building the refinery, which cost around $14 billion in 2019 and to start production in early 2020. The component is one of the biggest in the world.

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