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setting up a cooking gas home delivery service....profit Making Business. by ncolumella(m): 10:28am On Jun 20, 2015
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Re: setting up a cooking gas home delivery service....profit Making Business. by ncolumella(m): 8:09am On Jun 21, 2015
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Re: setting up a cooking gas home delivery service....profit Making Business. by ncolumella(m): 3:51pm On Jun 21, 2015
Investment is in the Oil and Gas sector
Re: setting up a cooking gas home delivery service....profit Making Business. by dondo83(m): 8:49pm On Jun 21, 2015
ncolumella:
Investment is in the Oil and Gas sector


kindly drop your email so i can contact you. I'm interested
Re: setting up a cooking gas home delivery service....profit Making Business. by ncolumella(m): 9:08am On Jun 22, 2015
Email id: columellanigeria2010@gmail.com 08029716876
We can also meet to further discussions if you are ready.
Thanks
Re: setting up a cooking gas home delivery service....profit Making Business. by ncolumella(m): 3:43pm On Jun 22, 2015
ncolumella:
Email id: columellanigeria2010@gmail.com 08029716876
We can also meet to further discussions if you are ready.
Thanks
Re: setting up a cooking gas home delivery service....profit Making Business. by ncolumella(m): 3:36pm On Jun 23, 2015
A Nigerian Online Gas shop
Re: setting up a cooking gas home delivery service....profit Making Business. by ncolumella(m): 9:15am On Jun 24, 2015
ncolumella:
A Nigerian Online Gas shop
Re: setting up a cooking gas home delivery service....profit Making Business. by ncolumella(m): 1:12pm On Jun 24, 2015
research conducted shows that 8 out 10people asked if they would opt for a home delivery service said yes.
Re: setting up a cooking gas home delivery service....profit Making Business. by ncolumella(m): 1:33pm On Jun 25, 2015
ncolumella:
research conducted shows that 8 out 10people asked if they would opt for a home delivery service said yes.
Re: setting up a cooking gas home delivery service....profit Making Business. by ncolumella(m): 11:37pm On Jun 25, 2015
Research has also shown that ×××× & ××××× days are high peak periods in the sale of LPG.
Re: setting up a cooking gas home delivery service....profit Making Business. by ncolumella(m): 8:29am On Jun 26, 2015
ncolumella:
Research has also shown that ×××× & ××××× days are high peak periods in the sale of LPG.
Re: setting up a cooking gas home delivery service....profit Making Business. by ncolumella(m): 7:29am On Jun 27, 2015
have you ever wondered why companies like Jumia and Konga have been successful?
well, you can implement their business model as an Online Gas shop which offers same day delivery.
for more information, buy the plan
Re: setting up a cooking gas home delivery service....profit Making Business. by ncolumella(m): 2:39pm On Jun 27, 2015
ncolumella:
have you ever wondered why companies like Jumia and Konga have been successful?
well, you can implement their business model as an Online Gas shop which offers same day delivery.
for more information, buy the plan
Re: setting up a cooking gas home delivery service....profit Making Business. by ncolumella(m): 8:32am On Jun 28, 2015
“No financial institution will be willing to fund any business operation until the company carries out adequate bankable
feasibility studies"
Re: setting up a cooking gas home delivery service....profit Making Business. by ncolumella(m): 2:44pm On Jun 28, 2015
ncolumella:
“No financial institution will be willing to fund any business operation until the company carries out adequate bankable
feasibility studies"
Re: setting up a cooking gas home delivery service....profit Making Business. by ncolumella(m): 8:46pm On Jun 28, 2015
why is business on Sunday usually slow?
do you know that there is usually a higer demand for Cooking on Sunday's? find out why.......
Re: setting up a cooking gas home delivery service....profit Making Business. by ncolumella(m): 10:54am On Jun 29, 2015
ncolumella:
why is business on Sunday usually slow?
do you know that there is usually a higer demand for Cooking on Sunday's? find out why.......
Re: setting up a cooking gas home delivery service....profit Making Business. by ncolumella(m): 6:25pm On Jun 29, 2015
Re: setting up a cooking gas home delivery service....profit Making Business. by ncolumella(m): 11:00pm On Jun 29, 2015
Re: setting up a cooking gas home delivery service....profit Making Business. by ncolumella(m): 9:42am On Jun 30, 2015
Any questions
Re: setting up a cooking gas home delivery service....profit Making Business. by ncolumella(m): 9:06am On Jul 01, 2015
ncolumella:
Any questions
Re: setting up a cooking gas home delivery service....profit Making Business. by ncolumella(m): 2:20pm On Jul 01, 2015
Re: setting up a cooking gas home delivery service....profit Making Business. by ncolumella(m): 5:46pm On Jul 01, 2015
ncolumella:
Market Research For KANO STATE

● LP Gas is available to retailers through the independent marketers but not from the PPMC depot. Most retailers pay cash for LP Gas and few enjoy credit terms for their purchases.

● From the sample of 320 households, 152 named LP Gas as their preferred cooking fuel but only 106 named it as the fuel most frequently used—an indication of suppressed demand. Conversely, while 136 households named kerosene as the fuel most frequently used, only 102 voiced a preference for it.

● While irregular supply is a problem, expense is the single largest factor where LP Gas is not the primary cooking fuel. Most consumers complained about the cost of LP Gas.

● Kerosene and candles are the most frequently used alternatives for lighting during electricity outages.

● Generally, supply to consumers is "self-collect" with LP Gas availability ranging from 10 minutes (urban and middle income) to 31 minutes (rural poor). However, kerosene availability ranges from 7 to 10 minutes.

● Reliability of supply and a lower retail price are the stated requirements for market growth. A target price of N500–700 per 12.5 kg fill is suggested, together with safety devices on cylinders to prevent leakage. Householders reported prices ranging from N3000–3,200 per 12.5 kg fill.

● One of the principal barriers to switching to LP Gas for potential customers is the initial cost of the equipment. One cluster in the urban middle-income group stated that they had access to credit. On enquiry however, it was established that these respondents all worked in the same organization and that the staff had set up an incompany cooperative. The majority of respondents did not have access to consumer credit and the survey did not disclose any microfinance or easy payment system which could be relevant to the acquisition of LP Gas equipment.


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Re: setting up a cooking gas home delivery service....profit Making Business. by ncolumella(m): 8:25am On Jul 02, 2015
Buy plan to see more of our research work for Lagos, Benin, Abuja ph etc. for a successful LPG home delivery service
Re: setting up a cooking gas home delivery service....profit Making Business. by ncolumella(m): 10:21pm On Jul 02, 2015
The target for the revitalization of the domestic LP Gas market is to achieve per capita consumption of 3.7 kg per year. This would result in an annual consumption of some 462,500 tons per year, which would mean a retail LP Gas industry of some N37 billion per year. This will generate significant opportunities for existing industry players and new investors. The initial investment needs will be approximately US$130 million. This is to cover the domestic supply project, the rehabilitation and privatization of the butanization depots, the initial replacement of unsafe cylinders, the upgrade of refinery evacuation facilities, and the setting up and resourcing of the new association. The actual costs will largely depend on the chosen option for the domestic supply project, its scale, and whether it is utilizing a new gas stream rather than diverting product destined for export.


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Re: setting up a cooking gas home delivery service....profit Making Business. by ncolumella(m): 8:44am On Jul 03, 2015
ncolumella:
The target for the revitalization of the domestic LP Gas market is to achieve per capita consumption of 3.7 kg per year. This would result in an annual consumption of some 462,500 tons per year, which would mean a retail LP Gas industry of some N37 billion per year. This will generate significant opportunities for existing industry players and new investors. The initial investment needs will be approximately US$130 million. This is to cover the domestic supply project, the rehabilitation and privatization of the butanization depots, the initial replacement of unsafe cylinders, the upgrade of refinery evacuation facilities, and the setting up and resourcing of the new association. The actual costs will largely depend on the chosen option for the domestic supply project, its scale, and whether it is utilizing a new gas stream rather than diverting product destined for export.


www.nairaland.com/2392421/lpg-home-delivery-service-business#34953410
Re: setting up a cooking gas home delivery service....profit Making Business. by ncolumella(m): 1:19pm On Jul 03, 2015
The original marketers issued cylinders to their appointed distributors and consumers but retained ownership, together with the sole right to refill and responsibility for safety and upkeep, including periodic testing and revalidation. This system began to break down when NNPC introduced cylinders of which the user (in many cases) became the owner and when new independent marketers and distributors entered the market. The objective of standardization of valves for easy interchangeability of cylinders encountered opposition and was dropped at a time of indifferent governance. In recent years, there has been some importation of used cylinders by traders.
Re: setting up a cooking gas home delivery service....profit Making Business. by ncolumella(m): 8:17am On Jul 04, 2015
ncolumella:
The original marketers issued cylinders to their appointed distributors and consumers but retained ownership, together with the sole right to refill and responsibility for safety and upkeep, including periodic testing and revalidation. This system began to break down when NNPC introduced cylinders of which the user (in many cases) became the owner and when new independent marketers and distributors entered the market. The objective of standardization of valves for easy interchangeability of cylinders encountered opposition and was dropped at a time of indifferent governance. In recent years, there has been some importation of used cylinders by traders.
Re: setting up a cooking gas home delivery service....profit Making Business. by ncolumella(m): 12:58pm On Jul 04, 2015
The apparent convenience of crossfilling has negative consequences for safety and "traceability." Free from accountability, the filler may underfill or accept a defective cylinder for refilling, thereby denying the customer value for money or putting him (and possibly others) at risk.
Re: setting up a cooking gas home delivery service....profit Making Business. by ncolumella(m): 5:11pm On Jul 04, 2015
ncolumella:
The apparent convenience of crossfilling has negative consequences for safety and "traceability." Free from accountability, the filler may underfill or accept a defective cylinder for refilling, thereby denying the customer value for money or putting him (and possibly others) at risk.
Re: setting up a cooking gas home delivery service....profit Making Business. by ncolumella(m): 9:31am On Jul 05, 2015
The DPR Procedure and Requirements for the Grant of Approval to construct a liquefied petroleum gas plant includes “cylinder maintenance facilities” as a condition of initial licensing. Cylinder maintenance might include minor repairs such as valve replacement. Following its recent review of regulations, the DPR plans to specify cylinder-testing equipment in new license applications. Cylinder testing for requalification is a specialist procedure and technically more demanding than routine maintenance.

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