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EKO ATLANTIC CITY: GREAT WALL OF LAGOS NEAR COMPLETION

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The Great Wall of Lagos, a cynosural revetment that will protect the new Eko Atlantic city Lagos from ocean surge has surpassed 6 kilometres length in construction, and nearing ...

 

NIGERIA: $12 BILLION DANGOTE OIL REFINERY TO OPEN IN 2019

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The $12 billion Dangote Oil Refinery which will be the largest in the world slated for Lagos will be in full operation in 2019 and is expected to produce 650, 000 barrel of ...

 

GOVERNMENT EYES THREE BILLION SCF/D FROM BONNY-OLOKOLA-LEKKI PIPELINE

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The Federal Government is expecting three billion standard cubic feet per day (scf/d) when the Bonny-Olokola-Lekki gas pipeline takes off next year, the Chairman of ...

LADOL provides investment opportunity ‑ UK’s DFID

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The United Kingdom, UK, has inspected facilities at the fast-growing Lagos Deep Offshore Logistics Free Zone Enterprises, LADOL FZE, in its quest to expand its trade and development activities in ...

 

U.S. Trade Agency provides N250 billion support to Dangote refinery

The United States Trade and Development Agency, Thursday, announced a N251.3 billion training grant to Dangote Oil Refining Company to develop the critical human resources needed to run a refinery.

Calabar Deep Seaport Ready in 18 Months, Says Ayade

Cross River State governor, Senator Ben Ayade has assured private investors that the proposed Calabar Deep Seaport would be ready for use in 18 months.

Nigeria set to join G20 economies as LADOL’s $3bn Egina FPSO integration yard attains 75% completion

Everything being equal, Nigeria’s economic landscape in the next few years would witness a significant and stable growth as private indigenous ...

Eko Atlantic City ready for business next year



Gradually moving away from a dream to becoming a reality, the first set of office buildings at the famous Eko Atlantic City would be ready for occupation next year.