Cross River State Hasn’t Done Enough To Key Into Enormous Opportunities In The Gas Sub-Sector – Says Expert

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By Obeten Godfrey

The Managing Director of De-Obabob Investment Limited, Mr. Bassey Nton has said that geologically, there are few indicators that tend to point to the fact that there is gas deposit in Cross River State.

He bared his mind while speaking as a guest on a radio program “The Dialogue with Agba Jalingo” which holds every Sunday on HIT 95.9FM Calabar.

Mr. Nton, went on to say that the state has not done enough to key into the enormous opportunities which abound in the gas sub-sector in the state.

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