OIL & GAS FREE ZONE, ONNE PORT COMPLEX FACILITIES
OGFZ Onne enjoys an unrivalled strategic position in West Africa and it is undoubtedly the ideal location from which to establish distribution hub to serve the Oil & Gas projects in Nigeria (onshore & offshore) and throughout the sub-Saharan Region.
OGFZ Onne offers high-speed services and is regarded as the largest Oil & Gas Free Zone in the world. It has helped many international companies implement their projects and reduce costs for their cargo handling, equipment, shipping and paperwork processing in a safe and efficient setting.
The main features of the OGFZ Onne are the two major terminals – Federal Ocean Terminal (FOT) and Federal Lighter Terminal (FLT). There are 8 principal oil companies and more than 220 service companies.
OIL & GAS FREE ZONE, WARRI PORT COMPLEX FACILITIES
In the late 1980s, Warri New Port was built with a one-stop-shop oil service centre covering the western Delta area to attract oil companies with cost-effective benefits.
The Warri Port Complex was declared a Free Zone in May 2011 and is currently undergoing expansion and enhancement of its capacity.
The Warri Port is already fully active and provides the same complete, reliable and efficient services, at all times meeting the demanding standards of its appreciative customers.
Following the presidential approval Port Free Zone Services Limited, a consultancy company, has been appointed to develop and manage the Delta Port Free Zone, Warri.
OIL & GAS FREE ZONE EKO SUPPORT LAGOS
Oil & Gas Free Zone Eko Support was approved on the 17 th of April, 2014 for its establishment. This Oil & Gas Free Zone is established in partnership with Eko Support Services Limited under a Public/Private Partnership model and is located within the terminal I, II and III, Apapa Harbour. Its focus is to create a world class facility that will support the operations of various oil blocks within the Lagos offshore axis. Also it is designed as a structural platform for technology transfer to indigenous Nigeria oil industry workers.
The Free Zone is expected to provide direct and indirect employment to at least 1,000 Nigerians within the first 3 years and had an immediate investment commitment of more than $124m.
The Management of the OGFZA has put in place, operational guidelines with the necessary technical and regulatory framework which will ensure that all targeted projects are dutifully implemented and that operational processes are technology driven.
BRASS OIL & GAS CITY, BRASS ISLAND, BRASS (BOG)
This is an Oil & Gas Free Zone approved by the Federal Government of Nigeria, to be under the supervision of the Authority. The project is proposed to position Nigeria as the leading hub for downstream oil & gas manufacturing and industrial activities in Africa.
The BOG, a project located in Brass Island, Brass Bayelsa State and poised to evolve into one of the largest petrochemical, fertilizer, refining, methanol and hydrocarbon processing hubs in the world. These projects will facilitate the development of a world class export-oriented oil & gas processing city in Nigeria. These projects have $3.5b investment commitment.