NLNG Aptitude Test Prep pack 2021/2022
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Interest in LNG started in the 1960s when the idea of monetising flared gas was mooted. The Nigerian government set up a panel to look at the proposal and make recommendations on the feasibility of a LNG project in Nigeria. The panel recommended two LNG projects of three trains respectively— the first LNG project in the east of the Niger Delta and the second LNG project in the west of the Niger Delta. The Federal Executive Council approved the recommendations in April, 1975. However, attempts to progress the project were scuttled by a change of government.
By 1976, the Bonny LNG Limited (BLNG) was incorporated. The project was planned to build and operate a natural gas liquefaction plant capable of supplying up to 650 trillion Btu of LNG yearly. Had the project been realised at that time, it would have been the largest LNG project in the world. The plant capacity of 650 trillion Btu yearly was to be delivered by a fleet of 18 ships dedicated to a 20-year contract period. The United States was the planned prime destination, although the plan was later expanded to include Europe.
The progress on BLNG was again impacted by another change in leadership in the Nigerian government. By 1977, the investors downgraded their participation in the LNG project. In 1979, there was a transition to civil rule. However, this did not do much in advancing the BLNG project as inability to get the required funding hindered investment in gas.
The project again had to be delayed in 1982 due to a drop in oil price that impacted greatly on the country’s revenue. The investors in the project pulled out which marked the end of Bonny LNG.
Between 1983 and 1985, the Federal Government set up another LNG working committee. This committee was inaugurated in March 1985 under the chairmanship of Mr. Gamaliel Onosode.
The committee had the responsibility of realising the LNG project in Nigeria. The first task the committee performed was to review the terms of reference that related to the establishment of a LNG business in Nigeria, with the intention of resolving all contractual, commercial, technical and financial issues. After all the knotty issues concerning shareholders and investors were resolved, NLNG was incorporated in 1989. , Production from its first operational train, Train 2, started in 1999 and Company’s first cargo left the shores of Bonny Island Rivers State, on the 9th of October, 1999 to Montoir, France.
NLNG’s Aptitude Tests
The assessments you will be asked to take depend on the role you want, and could be:
- Numerical reasoning: Calculation tests, and/or questions about facts and figures, that assess your quantitative abilities.
- Verbal Reasoning: Evaluates your grammar, vocabulary, and comprehension, with a given text that you will analyze, and will be asked questions about.
- Logical: Non-verbal and/ or verbal tests, that assess your information evaluation and attention to detail.
- SJT: In the Situational Judgement Test, various scenarios are detailed, and you select a response to each. Evaluates your problem-solving skills.
- Personality: Assesses your dominant traits by asking Yes/No questions, statements with Least-Most scales, and similar questions.
- Abstract Reasoning: You will be given multiple-choice questions about the logic of symbols and patterns, to examine how you work out new concepts and abstract ideas.
NLNG’s Interview Questions
During the interview, the questions below might be asked. Therefore, prepare good answers in advance.
- Walk me through your CV.
- Which qualities make you a prime candidate for this role?
- What do you know about the NLNG in particular?
- What would your previous bosses say about you?
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