Power generation in Nigeria dropped to 3,059 MW on May 28 and stayed below 4,000 MW for the following seven days, 6% below average production. Low pressure on the Escravos-Lagos Pipeline System (ELPS) had left several gas turbine power plants with insufficient fuel, leading to widespread blackouts that “could have been avoided,” Wärtsilä claims.
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