Containers & Commodity Terminals
The Salt Water Deep Sea port with endless size flexibility is designed as an industrial port complex, that has an initial draught of 18 -19 metres, which could be further expanded to 23 metres in the future. It would be a strategic vital terminal facility to the economy of West & Central Africa, as well as National Security asset to Nigeria. The port facilities would include, Ship Building, Rig Repairs, Maintenance & Recycling yard, Agro-Bulk/Liquid & Break Bulk Terminal, LNG Liquefaction Terminal, Cruise Terminal, 2km runway airstrip for the Joint Operation Command Centre for the Nigerian Navy, Fishing Terminal, and Containers & Roro Terminals.
With today’s ultra-efficient marine engines, bunker quality is critical to efficient fuel consumption and minimizing engine wear and tear. All vessels bunkering at port Notel ocean terminal can be assured of the quality and quantity of bunker, as well as safe and efficient delivery.
The Port will ensures these benchmarks are maintained through enforcement of the IMO standards and codes of practice, in line with established international best practices.
Human Capital Development
Participation at the Port Investment & PPP Training programme in London in June 2014
Port Notel is an investment in the people, processes and equipment needed to develop the shipbuilding industry in Nigeria.
By addressing people’s skills, processes and modern infrastructure, using a forward thinking posture to design and develop a port community system that will weather all threats, ensuring its ability to maintain the highest of standards and outputs for an extended lifecycle.
It is a profitable enterprise that feeds the local community through various developmental impacts such as employment, training, and technology, while serving the national and regional need towards improving maritime domain awareness, ultimately improving the sub region’s economy.
Security Operational Base
Port Notel would serve as local security logistics operational base for the Gulf of Guinea to fight against piracy, protect Maritime Assets and Oil & Gas Installations and enhance the overall regional security efforts.
INTEGRATED PORT COMMUNITY INFORMATION SYSTEM (IPCIS):It is proprietary to Port Notel Ocean Terminal project, aimed at bridging the global supply chain flow of information management amongst all stakeholders in the global maritime industry as assets travel between inland, terminal and seaside activity area using the following tools:
- Port Access Control Measures
- Marine Vessel Tracking Systems
- Container and Cargo Censors
- Vessel Tracking System
- Vessel Queuing System
- Unattended Asset Sensor, etc.
- International Institute For Petroleum Energy Law & Policy IIELP: Consultants Energy law, Port Economics and Public Policy
- Julius Berger Plc
- Africa Finance Corporation
- African Development Bank ( AfDB)
- Capital Alliance Nigeria Limited
- Aveng (Africa) Proprietary Limited
- Van Oord Nigeria Limited
- Piacentini Construzioni USA
- Nigerian National Petroleum Corporation
- Ministry of Mines & Solid Minerals
- Ministry of Transport
- Nigeria- Sao Tome & Principe Joint Development Authority
- UK Trade & Investment
- US Commercial Service Department, Lagos
- Ministry of Niger Delta Affairs
- Akwa Ibom Investment Corporation
- Nigeria Investment Promotion Commission
Corporate Project Team Members
Port Notel Limited Project Sponsors & Promoters
Port Consultants Rotterdam Port Engineering Consultants
CDR Engineering Consultants Port Engineering Consultants
Dynamar BV. Port Marketing Consultants
Etteharo & Partners Engineering Studies ( Local Content)
Fugro Nigeria Limited Environmental Safety Consultants
The Nigerian Navy Regulators/ Security Partners
The Nigerian Ports Authority Regulators
Ben Ajoku & Associates Corporate Legal Advisers
Sterling Law Alliance External Maritime Legal Consultants
F. Akinlade & Company External Auditors/Tax Consultants
Sofidam Capital Limited Investment Banking Consultants