The Nigeria LNG Plant and associated Marine Terminal are located on Bonny Island, on the Eastern Bank of the Bonny River, approximately 40 km south of Port Harcourt in Rivers State, Nigeria. Access to the Terminal, from the sea, is via the Bonny Bar Channel, which is some 10 (ten) nautical miles long. Total distance from the Sea Buoy (Pilot Boarding Area) to the Terminal is about 16 (sixteen) nautical miles. The terminal exports LNG, LPG and Condensate cargoes.
It has two dedicated jetties for loading LNG, LPG and Condensate Cargos. It also has other small jetties for operations and logistic support crafts. All vessels including small crafts intended to call at the terminal are required to be vetted and accepted by the Shipping Assurance Department (SDA) or their representatives before they are allowed at the terminal. Vessels accepted to visit the terminal require International Ship and Port Facility Security (ISPS) clearance before entering into the Terminal waterfront area to the jetty.
We provide the following services:
Coordinates and optimizes vessel berth scheduling, mooring operations, loading supports and liaises with Agents, Government Ship Boarding Officials for smooth, safe and timely arrival and departure of export vessels. It also manages the Marine Control Building and VTIMS Operations.
Ensures maintenance of Marine Assets and manages interface with NPA, and other stakeholders of the Bonny Channel and infrastructure development as well as managing marine activities at the Material Offloading Facility (MOF) jetties.
Manages Marine Contractors and Marine crafts maintenance for safe, efficient and undisrupted value for money operations.