The Pipeline Project Stakeholders

The West African Gas Pipeline Authority (WAGPA) is an international institution established by the Treaty on the West African Gas Pipeline (WAGP) Project signed by the Heads of States of the Republic of Benin, the Republic of Ghana, the Federal Republic of Nigeria and the Republic of Togo.

WAGPA has a legal personality and a financial autonomy.

WAGPA has representation functions (to take actions and decisions in the name and on behalf of the State Parties), facilitation functions and regulatory functions.

The main stakeholders are the four States Parties and the West African Gas Pipeline Company (WAPCo).

  • The four States Parties:
    • The Republic of Benin
    • The Republic of Ghana
    • The Federal Republic of Nigeria
    • The Republic of Togo
  • WAPCo (shareholders: Chevron West African Gas Pipeline Ltd, Nigerian National Petroleum Corporation, Shell Overseas Holdings Limited, Takoradi Power Company Limited, Société Togolaise de Gaz, and Société BenGaz S.A.)

The other stakeholders are the gas buyers (VRA, CEB and others) and the shippers (N-Gas and others)

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