The Nigerian National Petroleum Corporation (NNPC) is set to manufacture extra Independent Power Plants (IPP) in Abuja, Kaduna and Kano which are relied upon to add 4,000 megawatts of capacity to settle the national matrix. As indicated by Leadership, the NNPC likewise revealed that it would build a compost plant in Brass, Bayelsa state. The paper includes that the CFO of NNPC and director of the Board of NNPC Power auxiliary, Gas and Power Investment Company (GPIC), Isiaka Abdulrazaq, expressed this at the debut executive gathering of GPIC at the NNPC Towers in Abuja. The GPIC, as per an announcement by NNPC representative, Ndu Ughamadu, was built up as an auxiliary under the Gas and Power Directorate to empower the company adapt the plentiful gas assets in the nation to assist the country's economy. Abdulrazaq said the GPIC was an extremely key organization through which the NNPC would make more an incentive for the nation, focusing on that when the IPPs please stream in Abuja, Kaduna and Kano, the Small and Medium Enterprises (SMEs) in the zones would be better for it. Abdulrazaq stated: "GPIC is an organization which the NNPC has set up essentially to concentrate on how it can make esteem and adapt the country's rich gas assets. The organization will likewise be centered around creating power stations, manure plants just as petrochemical plants over the states." He said the setting up of the organization would include an incentive regarding installment of duties and producing more income for the nation. He expressed that the manure venture in Brass, Bayelsa state, would create compost to support horticulture in the south-south and different districts of the nation. In the interim, Legit.ng recently detailed that the NNPC said the re-appointment of President BuharI will encourage the patching up of the country's refineries. Ughamadu told newsmen in Abuja that the president had been strong to the enterprise. "The re-appointment of President Buhari is an appreciated advancement to the partnership. As the Minister of Petroleum he has been steady. "His re-appointment implies that more help will want the work the enterprise is doing. "He has been strong with all the work going on in guaranteeing the patching up of the three refineries and has guided the partnership to guarantee investigation of oil in the outskirts inland bowl," he said.