Specifically, he ordered them to ensure that coking gas is available in the country within two weeks and warned that government would not hesitate to wield the big stick and make it mandatory, if they did not take his directives seriously.
According to Lukman, if they put their acts together, they could come up with solutions that will give Nigerians affordable cooking gas.
The minister implored them to use the opportunity to dispel widely held perception that the International Oil Companies were more interested in more profitable export business only.
At the end of the meeting, a sub-committee was constituted to suggest an immediate intervention approach and an action plan to address the challenges imposed on the system by their operations.
The sub-committee which would be chaired by NLNG was also tasked to come up with recommendations that will advance the gas to power programme of Government.