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Liberalization Of LPG (cooking Gas) Business In Nigeria by kiakiagas: 3:26pm On Jun 14, 2016
Dear budding Entrepreneurs, if there is anywhere to invest in this bleak economic situation of our country, it is in the LPG Industry because it is not a seasonal product and it is a constant domestic requirement for homes.

Our integrated support system guarantees that we don’t just get a profitable location to set up your business, get trading licenses for you to trade in the business, we partner with cylinder manufacturing companies with SON and DPR certified cylinders and accessories, as-well-as train you and your management staff on how to manage and run your facility. We also provide after sales business support which brings at least 100kg worth of sales to you daily, this will help you drive sales and improve your revenue.

BUSINESS PACKAGE
1. [b]BUSINESS FEASIBILITY INTELLIGENCE REPORT
Our business feasibility report is a must have if you must succeed and make a fortune in this business. The report is a quarterly updated working intelligence document that will be updated to you once you subscribe to help you keep in touch with current realities on ground and help you make decisions that would guide your business to profitability.
The Plan includes:

Business Overview
Marketing Plan
Production Plan
Organizational and Management Plan
Financial Plan
Risk Analysis and SWOT analysis
Quarterly business intelligent update

For those that do not have the money now to start up, the plan is a must have when seeking for a loan from any bank in Nigeria or attract investors.
Once you subscribe by purchasing the plan, you will be receiving quarterly business intelligence reports from across the six geo-political zones.
Cost: N150,000 for the generic plan and NGN300,000 for location specific plan.


2. PROFITABILITY ANALYSIS OF YOUR BUSINESS

For a 1,000 litres total storage capacity, gas supply will be in lots of 1 ton which will be sourced from a nearby skid plant. With the right location and marketing, a client will conveniently sell 1 tonnes per week, which will amount to a client doing 4 tonnes a month.
With a conservative projection of 1000kg (80 12.5kg cylinders) sales per week
1 ton storage fills 80 12.5kg cylinders.
80 x 4weeks= 320 12.5kg cylinders per month
At a standard filling rate of N2800 per 12.5kg cylinder gives N896,000 per month. (Lagos Price)
At the current landing cost of gas from the depot (lagos location) of N2,200 per 12.5kg cylinder gives a gross margin of N704,000 per month. (Prices fluctuate at the depot, which also determines the sales cost to the consumers)
This venture will generate N192,000 as gross income a month.

[b]NOTE: This is a conservative projection, actually 1.5 tonnes of gas will be sold daily with our business support system which helps you drive sales.

7. WHY THIS IS YOUR BEST INVESTMENT OPTION
• You own your business
• Your facility is branded in your company Name (No Franchise)
• Very low operational cost
• Cylinders are easy to maintain and manage
• Safe and Secure
• Small store space needed

8. OUR INTEGRATED AFTER SALES SUPPORT
• Management tools (OMS, Gas Sales stock Tracker) to successfully track and run business to make it a profitable
• Full in-house sales support; guaranteed at least 20 cylinders a day
• Routine Maintenance on of your equipment
• Steady Supply of Gas to your facility at best competitive prices
• Quarterly HSE and Management Training
• All year round business support and free consultancy

9. OUR PROMISE
• 21 days delivery time
• No additional charges (it’s a turnkey project)
• Dedicated customer service
• Cheerful training staff
• Assurance and quality check.

For more information call/whatsapp our business development team: 09060325773

OR send us a mail at: gaspreneur@kiakiagas.com

Welcome to the Gas side of life!!!
Re: Liberalization Of LPG (cooking Gas) Business In Nigeria by kiakiagas: 11:42am On Jun 16, 2016
Good morning budding entrepreneurs!

In this period of economic downturn, it is prudent that you invest your resources in a business that offers a huge return on investment.

Here's the good news!

Investment in LPG (cooking gas) business holds a potential for a 50% return on investment, making it the fastest growing sub-sector in the Nigerian energy market.

With investment capital ranging from N5 million, you can own your own LPG business anywhere in Nigeria.

Don't tie down your money in the bank in this period as your N1 million today can be valued at N500,000 within few days. Invest wisely.

Let's guide you through as you embark on your journey to a financial breakthrough.

For more information call/whatsapp our business development team: 09060325773

OR send us a mail at: gaspreneur@kiakiagas.com

Welcome to the Gas side of life!
Re: Liberalization Of LPG (cooking Gas) Business In Nigeria by kiakiagas: 11:28am On Jun 17, 2016
Benefits of LPG (cooking gas) over kerosene and other conventional sources of domestic energy.

1. LPG is cheaper than Kerosene and other heavy fuels as it has lower level of impurities.

2. It is a safer and more efficient source of energy for homes, manufacturing process, automobiles and electricity.

3. Unlike kerosene and other heavy fuels, LPG burns cleanly with a blue flame and emits smaller amount of carbon. It is therefore environment friendly.

4. Because of absence of sooth during the combustion of LPG, it has no health risk unlike kerosene, charcoal and others that are associated with respiratory problems.

5. LPG saves time as it burns quickly to emit a large amount of energy. This is why most homes prefer LPG for cooking.


To learn more facts about the benefits of LPG, visit www.kiakiagas.com

For more information call/whatsapp our business development team: 09060325773

OR send us a mail at: gaspreneur@kiakiagas.com

Welcome to the Gas side of life!
Re: Liberalization Of LPG (cooking Gas) Business In Nigeria by kiakiagas: 8:08am On Jun 21, 2016
Safety tips on managing your gas plant.

1. HSE training for your staff.

2. Use of safety tools such as safety apparel, boots, goggles and gloves.

3. Use of safety caution signage at your plant location.

4. Fire extinguisher should always be close by.

5. A water source such as a bore-hole system.

6. sprinkling water on the tank when temperature is high.

For more information call/whatsapp our business development team: 09060325773

OR send us a mail at: gaspreneur@kiakiagas.com
Re: Liberalization Of LPG (cooking Gas) Business In Nigeria by i2no: 9:05am On Jun 21, 2016
Download a prefeasibility report on this subject here : http://www.slideshare.net/kessdouglas/pre-lpg-plant
Re: Liberalization Of LPG (cooking Gas) Business In Nigeria by kiakiagas: 12:34pm On Jun 23, 2016
Good morning budding entrepreneurs!

Almost everyday, Naira is loosing its value to Dollar equivalence. So, the era of 'tying down' your money as a bank fixed deposit for future spending is gone. There is never a better time to invest as the Nigerian economy continues to grapple with dwindling oil revenue.

The question is: What can you do with 'just' 5 million Naira?

1. Buy yourself a brand new Toyota camry.

2. Go on a vacation in a Caribbean Island.

3. Throw the biggest birthday party in town.

or

4. Invest in an LPG (cooking gas) business with about 50% return on investment.

I think it's easier to decide what to spend your 5 million Naira on from the above options.

By investing 5 million Naira in LPG (cooking gas) business, you get the following:

1. A 2.5 tonnes LPG skid plant, fully fitted with all the dispensary accessories.

2. An operation space at a credible filling (petrol) station (with huge market potential).

3. DPR approved trading and operating licence.

4. A business feasibility intelligence report to properly guide you on the financial and operational aspects of the LPG business.

5. Safety equipment and training.

6. After sales business support such as quarterly HSE/management training, routine facility maintenance, management tools and advertising.

7. Free haulage of your LPG skid plant to any location in Nigeria.

Incredible right?

The LPG retail business is the fastest growing sub-sector in Nigeria with over 37 billion Naira turnover annually.

For more information call/whatsapp our business development team: 09060325773

OR send us a mail at: gaspreneur@kiakiagas.com

welcome to the Gas side of life!
Re: Liberalization Of LPG (cooking Gas) Business In Nigeria by kiakiagas: 5:11pm On Jun 24, 2016
Why should you invest in LPG (cooking gas)?

1. LPG business has about 50% return on investment.

2. LPG business is the fastest growing sub-sector in Nigeria today.

3. Present and future government energy policies are bound to favour the growth of LPG usage over other conventional energy sources such as kerosene.

4. The Nigerian LPG market is worth over 37 billon Naira in turnover annually.

5. With the right safety and operational knowledge, LPG business is easy to run.

To learn more about how you can tap into this 'new black gold

Call/whatsapp our business development team: 09060325773

OR send us a mail at: gaspreneur@kiakiagas.com

Welcome to the Gas side of life!
Re: Liberalization Of LPG (cooking Gas) Business In Nigeria by kiakiagas: 2:29pm On Jun 30, 2016
Good morning budding entrepreneurs!

In this period of economic downturn, it is prudent that you invest your resources in a business that offers a huge return on investment.

Here's the good news!

Investment in LPG (cooking gas) business holds a potential for a 50% return on investment, making it the fastest growing sub-sector in the Nigerian energy market.

With investment capital ranging from N6 million, you can own your own LPG business anywhere in Nigeria.

Don't tie down your money in the bank in this period as your N1 million today can be valued at N500,000 within few days. Invest wisely.

For more information call/whatsapp our business development team: 09060325773

OR send us a mail at: gaspreneur@kiakiagas.com

Welcome to the Gas side of life!
Re: Liberalization Of LPG (cooking Gas) Business In Nigeria by kiakiagas: 2:31pm On Jun 30, 2016
Dear Buddy,
It’s your your most trusted LPG company, coming through with insights on how to invest your money in the booming LPG sector and guides you through the process of making a fortune out of your investment.
As you walk across Nigeria today, you will observe a new trend of LPG plants popping up all around especially in petroleum filling stations and small land spaces and many write-ups are littered across the internet about the LPG industry, this is as a result of many individuals that are shifting from kerosene and other fossil fuels to using cooking gas. The major challenge for the old and new consumers of gas is the fact that the gas plants are not close enough for them which creates a vacuum which entrepreneurs can take advantage of and create value in the sector by bring gas closer to the consumers.
The LPG industry in Nigeria has a value of 37billion Naira with less than 10% already being harnessed. Nigeria is at that point we were in the 1970's when the populace made a massive switch from firewood to kerosene stoves because it was the most convenient domestic fuel at that time.
Dear budding Entrepreneur, if there is anywhere to invest in this bleak economic situation of our country, it is in the LPG Industry because it is not a seasonal product and it is a constant domestic requirement for homes.
Our integrated support system guarantees that we don’t just get a profitable location to set up your business, get trading licenses for you to trade in the business, Construct and safely install your plants for you, train you and your management staff on how to manage and run your plant. We also provide after sales business support which brings at least 250kg worth of sales to you daily, this will help you drive sales and improve your revenue.
BUSINESS PACKAGE[/b]
1. [b]BUSINESS FEASIBILITY INTELLIGENCE REPORT
Our business feasibility report is a must have if you must succeed and make a fortune in this business. The report is a quarterly updated working intelligence document that will be updated to you once you subscribe to help you keep in touch with current realities on ground and help you make decisions that would guide your business to profitability.
The Plan includes:
Business Overview
Marketing Plan
Production Plan
Organizational and Management Plan
Financial Plan
Risk Analysis and SWOT analysis
Quarterly business intelligent update
For those that do not have the money now to start up, the plan is a must have when seeking for a loan from any bank in Nigeria or attract investors.
Once you subscribe by purchasing the plan, you will be receiving quarterly business intelligence reports from across the six geo-political zones.
Cost: N35, 0000.
2. LPG PLANT VARIATIONS
The plant comes in different sizes and have been designed to suit your size
● 2.5tonnes mini plant: N4.5miliion to N8.5million

● 5 tonnes mini plant: N7million to N12.5million

● 10tonnes stationary plant: N14million to N20million

3. LPG SKID OPERATIONAL AUTOMATED PLANT (SOAP) COMPONENTS:
1. xxxxx metric tonnes tank
2. LPG fire proof Pump
3. Three filling heads
4. Weighing scale
5. Pressure gauge
6. Return Hose
7. 2 fire extinguisher
8. 2 safety Overalls
9. 2 safety boots
10. 2 safety gloves
11. 2 safety goggles
13. Safety caution signages
14. Free HSE training on how to manage the plant
15. Free haulage to anywhere in Nigeria
4. BUSINESS LOCATION
We have partnerships with major service stations and realtors across Nigeria which guarantees a space in a profitable location to set up your plant
Cost: N1million for 2years
5. LPG OPERATING AND TRADING LICENSE
Our extensive network with DPR would secure you an operating AD-ON license for trading LPG in a Filling station
Cost: N300, 000
We have also secured a partnership with the EKOGAS (lagos locations) which will secure an operating license for you to trade LPG IN quick time
COST: Less than 3MILLION (Depending on location)
it can be independently handled by you.
6. PROFITABILITY ANALYSIS OF YOUR BUSINESS
[/b]For a 5,000 litres storage capacity, gas supply will be in lots of 5 tons using the small road tankers which will source the product directly from the Depot. With the right location and marketing a client will conveniently sell 2.5 tonnes per week, which will amount to a client doing 10 tonnes a month.
With a conservative projection of 2500kg (200 cylinders) sales per week
2.5 tonnes storage fills 200 12.5kg cylinders.
200 x 4weeks= 800 cylinders per month
At a standard filling rate of N2800 per cylinder gives N2,400,000 per month. (Lagos Price)
At the current landing cost of gas from the depot (lagos location) of N2,200 per cylinder gives a gross margin of N 1,760,000 per month. (Prices fluctuate at the depot, which also determines the sales cost to the consumers)
This venture will generate N640, 000 as gross income a month.
[b]NOTE: This is a conservative projection, actually 2.5tons of gas will be sold daily with our business support system which helps you drive sales.
7. WHY THIS IS YOUR BEST INVESTMENT OPTION
• You own your business
• Your plant is branded in your company Name (No Franchise)
• Very low operational cost
• The plant is a movable plant which allows you to switch locations at will Gives value for money and highly profitability
• Plant is Easy to maintain and manage
• Safe and Secure
• Small portion of land/space needed
• Plants can be located closer to LPG consumers unlike stationary LPG
8. OUR INTEGRATED AFTER SALES SUPPORT
• Management tools (OMS, Gas Sales stock Tracker) to successfully track and run business to make it a profitable
• Full in-house sales support; guaranteed at least 20 cylinders a day
• Routine Maintenance on the plants
• Steady Supply of Gas to the plant at best competitive prices
• Quarterly HSE and Management Training
• All year round business support and free consultancy
9. OUR PROMISE
• 21 days delivery time
• No additional charges (it’s a turnkey project)
• Dedicated customer service
• Cheerful training staff
• Assurance and quality check.
Business Location Alert:
We have business locations at the moment in Lagos and Abuja for interested budding entrepreneurs
1. Odo kekere Ikorodu: It is a filling station lying deep within six communities, when fully set up it will be the only location in that area, every body comes to buy gas at odoguyan, if you know ikorodu axis very well, which is a good market to capture.
2. First Gate Ikorodu: it is located opposite laspotech, the tertiary institution makes the place viable as it has a captive market of 1million residents in the area.
3.Ijokoro road Sango: the newly tarred road makes this location an entrepreneurs delight; the resident will be wowed with such a service at this time.
4. Lasu-Igando road: The location is a fantastic one with residential buildings numbering up to 500, it's a good location for this business.
5. Lotto bustop, lagos-ibadan expressway: the location will not only be strategic but it will be extremely profitable as there is no gas plant around that area, residents around there have to drive down to enegas and tewe gas ojodu to get their gas, now imagine all those customers coming to your business location, why not? because they don't have any reason to drive for ten minutes anymore since it is at their doorstep.
6. Apo Resettlement area Gudu District: The filling station is located at the heart of over 50 residential estates with a captive market of over 3 million people. It is a fantastic location to start up your business
With all these locations, what will it be for your business? You guess is as good as mine, one word fantastic.

For more information call/whatsapp our business development team: 09060325773

OR send us a mail at: gaspreneur@kiakiagas.com
Re: Liberalization Of LPG (cooking Gas) Business In Nigeria by millhouse: 7:41am On Jul 01, 2016
Good one
Re: Liberalization Of LPG (cooking Gas) Business In Nigeria by kiakiagas: 5:02pm On Jul 02, 2016
Hello budding entrepreneurs!

Are you thinking about a business to put your money on?

Think no further.

LPG (cooking gas) business is an enterprise that enables you get almost 50% return on investment from the first day of operation. With the right knowledge of the business, you can pay back the capital investment on the business within 6 months, regardless of your scale of operation.

Presently, cooking gas is a hot cake because of the incessant scarcity and the supply can't just meet the demand at the moment. This is where your opportunity lies!

With just 5 million naira, you can own a 2.5 MT skid plant at a service station and you can generate at least a million naira gross profit within a month. This depends of course, on the location, your operational ability and business acumen.

For more information call/whatsapp our business development team: 09060325773

OR send us a mail at: gaspreneur@kiakiagas.com

Welcome to the Gas side of life!
Re: Liberalization Of LPG (cooking Gas) Business In Nigeria by kiakiagas: 11:27am On Jul 04, 2016
Good morning budding entrepreneurs!

There's a BIG opportunity in town!

You can now own a 2.5MT, 5MT, 10MT and 20MT skid plant at discounted rate!

LPG (cooking gas) business can fetch you almost 50% return on Investment right from the first day of operation.

Don't miss out on this great OPPORTUNITY.

For more information call/whatsapp our business development team: 09060325773

OR send us a mail at: gaspreneur@kiakiagas.com

Welcome to the Gas side of life!
Re: Liberalization Of LPG (cooking Gas) Business In Nigeria by YOLO1(m): 10:37pm On Jul 09, 2016
i2no:
Download a prefeasibility report on this subject here : http://www.slideshare.net/kessdouglas/pre-lpg-plant
Please how do I download and save this?
Thanks for sharing. Av been looking for this for ages.
Re: Liberalization Of LPG (cooking Gas) Business In Nigeria by kiakiagas: 11:07am On Jul 11, 2016
Good morning budding entrepreneurs!

Benefits of doing an LPG (cooking gas) business:

1. You own a business that yields almost 50% return on investment.

2. You own a business that is growing at over a 100% rate annually.

3. You own a business that is encouraged by government to take over the domestic energy market in Nigeria.

For more information call/whatsapp our business development team: 09060325773

OR send us a mail at: gaspreneur@kiakiagas.com

Welcome to the Gas side of life!
Re: Liberalization Of LPG (cooking Gas) Business In Nigeria by kiakiagas: 1:25pm On Jul 18, 2016
Good morning budding entrepreneurs!

LPG (cooking gas) business is gathering pace and a lot of investors are jumping on the bandwagon.

You intend to start an LPG business and you are challenged by...

1. A viable location

2. DPR licensing

3. LPG skid plant construction

4. Steady supply of gas

5. How to start the business


Don't be discouraged...

For more information call/whatsapp our business development team: 09060325773

OR send us a mail at: gaspreneur@kiakiagas.com

Welcome to the Gas side of life!
Re: Liberalization Of LPG (cooking Gas) Business In Nigeria by kiakiagas: 7:21am On Jul 22, 2016
Good morning budding entrepreneurs!

Sometimes, people get discouraged to venture into the LPG (cooking gas) business simply due to their inability to control the availability of the product.

Even though the LPG retail sector has been liberalised by the government in recent years to encourage investments, the distribution/supply arm is still grossly bureaucratic with huge bottlenecks. This shouldn't deter you from entering a business that promises you up to 50% return on investment...and there is a simple solution...

Join an LPG supply chain platform that guarantees you steady supply of LPG even in the period of scarcity. This enables you meet the teeming demand of your target market and smile to the bank.

For more information call/whatsapp our business development team: 09060325773

OR send us a mail at: gaspreneur@kiakiagas.com

Welcome to the Gas side of life!
Re: Liberalization Of LPG (cooking Gas) Business In Nigeria by YOLO1(m): 10:44am On Jul 24, 2016
When considering the profitability of an area for the LPG business, what should be the average daily/monthly sales target?
Re: Liberalization Of LPG (cooking Gas) Business In Nigeria by kiakiagas: 12:47pm On Jul 26, 2016
YOLO1:
When considering the profitability of an area for the LPG business, what should be the average daily/monthly sales target?

Depending on the area, the average sales target for a month shouldn't be less than 400,000 naira.

For more information call/whatsapp our business development team: 09060325773

OR send us a mail at: gaspreneur@kiakiagas.com
Re: Liberalization Of LPG (cooking Gas) Business In Nigeria by kiakiagas: 12:48pm On Jul 26, 2016
Good morning budding entrepreneurs!

The number of investors joining the LPG Industry is growing. Don't be left out. Invest in a business that promises you almost 50% return on investment...invest in the LPG business.

For more information call/whatsapp our business development team: 09060325773

OR send us a mail at: gaspreneur@kiakiagas.com

Welcome to the Gas side of life!
Re: Liberalization Of LPG (cooking Gas) Business In Nigeria by YOLO1(m): 11:04pm On Jul 26, 2016
kiakiagas:




Depending on the area, the average sales target for a month shouldn't be less than 400,000 naira.
I mean the volume of sales (in tons or Kg)
Re: Liberalization Of LPG (cooking Gas) Business In Nigeria by Nobody: 10:50am On Jul 28, 2016
ok, please I am interested..... educate me and I will swing right in. ( more interested the petrol station outlet )
Re: Liberalization Of LPG (cooking Gas) Business In Nigeria by kiakiagas: 9:29am On Jul 31, 2016
YOLO1:

I mean the volume of sales (in tons or Kg)

There are about 2,500kg or 5,000litres of gas in a 2.5 metric tonnes plant. This amounts to roughly 200 of 12.5kg cylinders.

For more information call/whatsapp our business development team: 09060325773

OR send us a mail at: gaspreneur@kiakiagas.com
Re: Liberalization Of LPG (cooking Gas) Business In Nigeria by kiakiagas: 9:30am On Jul 31, 2016
Hello budding entrepreneurs!

Have you ever thought of starting an LPG (cooking gas) business but without the necessary knowledge and information?

Think no further...there's an LPG business solution that provides:

1. Construction/Installation of LPG plant
2. DPR and Trading Licenses
3. A rented location in a filling station for 2 years and above
4. A feasibility study of your business location
5. Safety training and equipment
6. First gas
7. Steady supply of gas to your plant
8. Marketing and sales support

This is a golden opportunity for you to own an LPG business without being a gas guru...

For more information call/whatsapp our business development team: 09060325773

OR send us a mail at: gaspreneur@kiakiagas.com

Welcome to the Gas side of life!
Re: Liberalization Of LPG (cooking Gas) Business In Nigeria by kiakiagas: 2:31pm On Aug 06, 2016
Benefits of LPG (cooking gas) over kerosene and other conventional sources of domestic energy.

1. LPG is cheaper than Kerosene and other heavy fuels as it has lower level of impurities.

2. It is a safer and more efficient source of energy for homes, manufacturing process, automobiles and electricity.

3. Unlike kerosene and other heavy fuels, LPG burns cleanly with a blue flame and emits smaller amount of carbon. It is therefore environment friendly.

4. Because of absence of sooth during the combustion of LPG, it has no health risk unlike kerosene, charcoal and others that are associated with respiratory problems.

5. LPG saves time as it burns quickly to emit a large amount of energy. This is why most homes prefer LPG for cooking.

For more information call/whatsapp our business development team: 09060325773

OR send us a mail at: gaspreneur@kiakiagas.com

Welcome to the Gas side of life!
Re: Liberalization Of LPG (cooking Gas) Business In Nigeria by kiakiagas: 10:50pm On Aug 13, 2016
Safety tips on managing your gas plant.

1. HSE training for your staff.

2. Use of safety tools such as safety apparel, boots, goggles and gloves.

3. Use of safety caution signage at your plant location.

4. Fire extinguisher should always be close by.

5. A water source such as a bore-hole system.

6. sprinkling water on the tank when temperature is high.

For more information call/whatsapp our business development team: 09060325773

OR send us a mail at: gaspreneur@kiakiagas.com
Re: Liberalization Of LPG (cooking Gas) Business In Nigeria by kiakiagas: 6:25pm On Aug 29, 2016
Annual Consumption of cooking Gas stands at 300,000 MTPA (300million KG)

Using the standard LPG cylinder benchmark (12.5kg cylinders) = 24million 12.5kg cylinders

Lagos accounts for 35% of the total LPG consumption in Nigeria = 105,000MTPA (105million KG) (8.4million 12.5kg cylinders

The other states share the remaining 65% = 195,000 MTPA (195million KG)

There is a huge market potential for retailing cooking gas, what are you waiting for

For more information call/whatsapp our business development team: 09060325773

OR send us a mail at: gaspreneur@kiakiagas.com

Welcome to the Gas side of life.
Re: Liberalization Of LPG (cooking Gas) Business In Nigeria by ol2012: 4:02pm On Sep 15, 2016
Good afternoon OP, please I'd like to know how long it takes to process DPR add on permit for LPG skid to be sited in an existing filing station. Kindly also assist with the current cost of same.

Thank you.
Re: Liberalization Of LPG (cooking Gas) Business In Nigeria by uwandukahuna(m): 5:14pm On Sep 15, 2016
ol2012:
Good afternoon OP, please I'd like to know how long it takes to process DPR add on permit for LPG skid to be sited in an existing filing station. Kindly also assist with the current cost of same.

Thank you.

From Experience the documentation, usually take less than 5 working days but to get the DPR guys to come down to have a look at the site and to complete all other requirements needs another 5 days, to file in and wait for the certificate will take another 5 days, give or take it should be concluded within a month.

For more information call/whatsapp our business development team: 09060325773

OR send us a mail at: gaspreneur@kiakiagas.com
Re: Liberalization Of LPG (cooking Gas) Business In Nigeria by uwandukahuna(m): 3:48pm On Oct 11, 2016
My name is Emmanuel and today i will like to share with you some facts to consider when starting a cooking gas retail business. If you have been looking to start a business of your own, a cooking gas retail business might just be the best option for you. It involves buying huge quantities of cooking gas, storing it in tanks, and selling it to individuals for domestic purposes such as cooking. But before starting a cooking gas retail business, it is important to learn about the business. Some of the things to know about the business are:

1 How is cooking gas measured?
2 Where do you buy cooking gas from?
3 How do you handle gas cylinders?
4 How do you refill a customer’s gas cylinder?
5 What are the various sizes of cooking gas cylinders?

1) How is cooking gas measured: Cooking gas can be measured in litres, kilogrammes and tonnes. 1 kilogramme is equivalent to 1.75 litres and 1 metric tonne is equivalent to 1000 kilogrammes. So 1 metric tone is equivalent to 1,750 litres.

2) Where do you buy cooking gas from: If you plan to go into the cooking gas retail business, it is necessary to know the best source or sources to get your gas from. NAVGAS is currently the biggest offtaker (gas seller) in Nigeria, another very reliable offtaker is NIPCO and they are both located at Apapa in Lagos state.

3) How do you handle gas cylinders:
– Always place gas cylinders in a vertical position, unless stated otherwise by the manufacturer.
– Restrain cylinders securely to prevent them from falling over.
– Always ensure that the cylinder valves are tightly closed.
– Ensure that the valve is protected by a valve cap to prevent any damage if the cylinder is dropped.
– When loading or unloading the cylinders, never drag, drop or roll the cylinder as these can cause major physical damages to the cylinders.
– Always ensure that the cylinders are kept in a well ventilated warehouse with regards to the manufacturer's ambient temperature standard.
– Always ensure that the cylinders are placed on wooden pallet and not on a bare floor.
– Prevent direct physical contact among cylinders in storage.

4) How do you refill a customer's gas cylinder: There are two basic ways gas cylinders can be filled depending on the nature of the filling system i.e automatic or pneumatic filling system. For automatic dispensing system, the exact amount or quantity of (kg or litres) is pressed on the dispenser while the refilling nozzle is already inserted in the cylinder. In this way, the system automatically stops dispensing once the pre-determined amount of gas is reached. For the pneumatic dispensing system, the cylinder is place on a digital scale and the scale is adjusted to its zero limit. Then, the nozzle of the filling system is fitted to the value of the cylinder and the system is stopped as soon as the pre-determined amount of gas is reached.

5) What are the various sizes of cooking gas cylinders: Cooking gas cylinders come in different shapes, colors and sizes. The various sizes are 3kg, 5kg, 6kg, 12.5kg, 25kg and 50kg. Also some intermediate sizes could be manufactured based on specific orders.

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Re: Liberalization Of LPG (cooking Gas) Business In Nigeria by kiakiagas: 5:36pm On Nov 02, 2016
millhouse:
Good one

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Re: Liberalization Of LPG (cooking Gas) Business In Nigeria by kiakiagas: 5:43pm On Nov 02, 2016
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From Experience the documentation, usually take less than 5 working days but to get the DPR guys to come down to have a look at the site and to complete all other requirements needs another 5 days, to file in and wait for the certificate will take another 5 days, give or take it should be concluded within a month.

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Re: Liberalization Of LPG (cooking Gas) Business In Nigeria by kiakiagas: 5:44pm On Nov 02, 2016
uwandukahuna:
My name is Emmanuel and today i will like to share with you some facts to consider when starting a cooking gas retail business. If you have been looking to start a business of your own, a cooking gas retail business might just be the best option for you. It involves buying huge quantities of cooking gas, storing it in tanks, and selling it to individuals for domestic purposes such as cooking. But before starting a cooking gas retail business, it is important to learn about the business. Some of the things to know about the business are:

1 How is cooking gas measured?
2 Where do you buy cooking gas from?
3 How do you handle gas cylinders?
4 How do you refill a customer’s gas cylinder?
5 What are the various sizes of cooking gas cylinders?

1) How is cooking gas measured: Cooking gas can be measured in litres, kilogrammes and tonnes. 1 kilogramme is equivalent to 1.75 litres and 1 metric tonne is equivalent to 1000 kilogrammes. So 1 metric tone is equivalent to 1,750 litres.

2) Where do you buy cooking gas from: If you plan to go into the cooking gas retail business, it is necessary to know the best source or sources to get your gas from. NAVGAS is currently the biggest offtaker (gas seller) in Nigeria, another very reliable offtaker is NIPCO and they are both located at Apapa in Lagos state.

3) How do you handle gas cylinders:
– Always place gas cylinders in a vertical position, unless stated otherwise by the manufacturer.
– Restrain cylinders securely to prevent them from falling over.
– Always ensure that the cylinder valves are tightly closed.
– Ensure that the valve is protected by a valve cap to prevent any damage if the cylinder is dropped.
– When loading or unloading the cylinders, never drag, drop or roll the cylinder as these can cause major physical damages to the cylinders.
– Always ensure that the cylinders are kept in a well ventilated warehouse with regards to the manufacturer's ambient temperature standard.
– Always ensure that the cylinders are placed on wooden pallet and not on a bare floor.
– Prevent direct physical contact among cylinders in storage.

4) How do you refill a customer's gas cylinder: There are two basic ways gas cylinders can be filled depending on the nature of the filling system i.e automatic or pneumatic filling system. For automatic dispensing system, the exact amount or quantity of (kg or litres) is pressed on the dispenser while the refilling nozzle is already inserted in the cylinder. In this way, the system automatically stops dispensing once the pre-determined amount of gas is reached. For the pneumatic dispensing system, the cylinder is place on a digital scale and the scale is adjusted to its zero limit. Then, the nozzle of the filling system is fitted to the value of the cylinder and the system is stopped as soon as the pre-determined amount of gas is reached.

5) What are the various sizes of cooking gas cylinders: Cooking gas cylinders come in different shapes, colors and sizes. The various sizes are 3kg, 5kg, 6kg, 12.5kg, 25kg and 50kg. Also some intermediate sizes could be manufactured based on specific orders.

For more information call/whatsapp our business development team: 09060325773

OR send us a mail at: gaspreneur@kiakiagas.com

WELCOME TO THE GAS SIDE OF LIFE!

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