DNG Energy is advancing the delivery of Liquefied Natural Gas (LNG) in South Africa to fast-track the adoption of a cleaner and cheaper fuel alternative in the market.

The environmental, social, and economic benefits that come with the use of LNG include helping South Africa meet its targets in reducing greenhouse gas emissions, driving economic growth, and improving the lives of all citizens.

As a first step in contributing to sustainable development, DNG Energy is championing the use of LNG for the power, gas, marine, and industrial sectors.

As a 100% black-owned entity in Africa, DNG Energy aims to create a pan-African Liquefied Natural Gas supply network. A widescale infrastructure programme will see a US$5 billion investment to bring this affordable energy alternative into the market.

DNG Energy is looking at the LNG value chain from source to consumption holistically with initial development and expansion infrastructure programmes planned for South Africa, Mozambique, and Nigeria.

To position South Africa as a premium LNG bunkering hub in the Southern Hemisphere, DNG Energy commissioned South African Shipyards to build an 8,000 ton LNG barge in the Port of Coega in the Eastern Cape. It is the largest vessel by weight to ever be built on the African continent and will come into service in 2021.

Our Vision

Energising a brighter future.

Our Mission

  • Bring energy security and supply stability to Africa, using cleaner and affordable energy solutions to help mitigate climate change while stimulating economic growth and social cohesion.
  • Commit to bring cleaner smart fuel and energy to people, organisations, and communities.

Our Values

Everything we do at DNG Energy is underpinned by transparency and integrity as we pursue and instill:

  • Excellence
  • Consistency
  • Creativity
  • Resourcefulness

Our Goals

  • Transform South Africa's energy landscape through the advancement of LNG in South Africa.
  • Serve the demands of a growing population, increase industrial output, and improve people's lives.
  • Support the South African government to meet its targets of reducing greenhouse gas emissions.
  • Help South Africa's public transport industry to transport millions of South Africans in an environmentally cleaner, safer, responsible, and more affordable way.
  • Boost local manufacturing and investment.
  • Bring natural gas power to thousands of companies and households.
  • Drive economic growth through the transfer of skills and creation of employment.

Key Milestones

2014

Nigeria operation starts

DNG Energy starts operating in Nigeria.

2015

Investment in infrastructure development

DNG Energy commences widescale infrastructure programme that will see an investment of over US$5 billion over 5 years laying ground for job creation and driving economic growth.

2016

LNG virtual pipeline for Ghana

DNG Energy develops an LNG Virtual pipeline solution for Ghana.

2017

LNG refuelling stations identified

DNG Energy begins identifying sites near and next to Taxi ranks around South Africa. The will become home to state-of-the-art, smart LNG refuelling stations.

2018

Africa’s largest LNG Barge commissioned

DNG Energy commissions South African Shipyards to build an 8,000 ton LNG barge, the largest vessel by weight ever to be built on the African continent.

DNG Energy announced two Board appointments: Kevin Wakeford as Non-Executive Chairman, and Lord Peter Hain as Non-Executive Director.

2019

Rights to LNG FSU

Rights to LNG FSU in Coega and STS operations.

Rights to LNG FSU in Maputo port.

2020

Licence received for LNG bunkering in Coega

DNG Energy receives final authorisation from the Transnet National Port Authority (TNPA) to begin LNG bunkering operations in the Port of Coega, South Africa.