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NLNG Seeks IT Partnership, Extends Deadline for Tendering Exercise

By William Emmanuel Ukpoju

The Nigeria Liquefied Natural Gas Limited (NLNG), a prominent organ in Nigeria’s energy sector, has extended its call for expressions of interest in its IT Integrated Support and Services tendering exercise. Originally set to conclude earlier, this extension offers a renewed opportunity for stakeholders in the IT industry to participate.

NLNG is actively seeking competent partners capable of providing integrated support and services within the realm of information technology.

According to Valuechain report, the company emphasizes the importance of potential collaborators thoroughly reviewing all provided requirements and guidelines to ensure adherence to the submission process.

This extension aligns with NLNG’s commitment to enhancing its technological infrastructure and optimizing IT services to facilitate efficient operations.

By inviting IT industry players to showcase their expertise, NLNG aims to identify suitable partners for collaboration on future projects.

Companies interested in participating in this tendering exercise are encouraged to submit their expressions of interest before the deadline on March 28th, 2024. It is imperative that interested parties thoroughly review the requirements and guidelines provided by NLNG to ensure compliance with the submission process.

Participation in NLNG’s tendering exercise presents significant prospects for IT companies to establish partnerships with a key player in Nigeria’s energy sector.

Successful collaboration could lead to long-term engagements and involvement in pivotal IT projects within NLNG’s operations.

Interested parties are encouraged to access the necessary documentation for participation through NLNG’s official website or by contacting the procurement department directly.

NLNG reaffirms its dedication to fostering partnerships with innovative IT solution providers to bolster its technological capabilities and maintain its leading position in Nigeria’s energy industry.

The extension of the Expression of Interest tendering exercise underscores NLNG’s commitment to ensuring a fair and inclusive procurement process, welcoming qualified IT industry players to contribute to its ongoing success.