Russia’s invasion of Ukraine aggravates energy insecurity and drive gas prices to unprecedented levels. As Europe becomes
independent of Russian oil and gas, the need to diversify gas supply to Africa and Nigeria in particular who accounts for about 65% of global gas flaring becomes imperative despite the legal and structural challenges. This research considered Nigeria’s gas reserve and supply to meet current demands in line with
international laws. The fundamental and doctrinal research methodology were adopted to analysis emerging trends and issues in pipelines and vessels transportation of gas to determine the more viable option based on existing laws, regulations and policies. It was observed that Nigeria has unequantité excessive of gas if the modus operandi for transportation is adequate, but Nigeria’s socio-political reality is not different from the reason
EU is cutting off from Russia’s gas. The need to review existing laws and empower relevant institutions to ensure efficient management of gas supplies to meet long-term market demand
Key Words: Energy, LNG, Pipeline, Vessel, Sweet Crude, European Union, REPower EU.