Ports of Equatorial Guinea (Malabo, Bata)
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Sub-subject: Ports of Equatorial Guinea (Malabo, Bata, and Luba Freeport)
- Introduction to the ports of Equatorial Guinea
- Port of Malabo
- Port of Bata
- Luba Freeport
Sample of the sub-subject Ports of Equatorial Guinea (Malabo, Bata, and Luba Freeport):
Sub-Subject Description: Ports of Equatorial Guinea (Central Africa).
Luba Freeport (Equatorial Guinea):
- Specialisation: petrol and gas.
- Luba Freeport is located on the Bioko Island (South West of Malabo)
- Joint Venture between the Swiss company Lonrho (63%) and the Government of Equatorial Guinea (GEPetrol - National
Petroleum Company of Equatorial Guinea)
- Deepwater port: forty-five metres.
- Tax-free status (customs duties).
- Logistics warehouses
- Petroleum Service Centre
- Companies operating on the Luba Freeport: Ophir, Tenaris, Exxon Mobil, Swaco, AMT, CNOOC
Time from the Luba Freeport to:
- Nigeria: Port Harcourt (12 hours)
- Cameroon: Port of Douala (6 hours)
- Sao Tome e Principe (18 horas)
- Gabon: Libreville (16 hours) and Port Gentil (20 hours)
Port of Bata (Equatorial Guinea).
- Free trade zone
- Petroleum infrastructure
- Large container ships
- The main exports: coffee and Timber.
- Not natural harbour
- Expansion project of the Port of Bata: dry port (terminal of containers), bulk
freight traffic, and Ro-ro
Port of Malabo (Equatorial Guinea).
- One of the engaged (busiest) maritime ports in Central Africa
- Smaller Ro-Ro ships
- Water's depth: 14.5 m
- Port of Malabo is located on Bioko Island
- Specialisation: Petroleum industry
The Port of Malabo belongs to the Central African Economic Area of the African Civilisation.
Regional Economic Communities:
- Economic and Monetary Community of Central Africa (CEMAC)
- Economic Community of Central African States (CEEAC)
Maritime Transport in Africa - Central African ports