Ports of Nigeria - Lagos

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Syllabus of the Subject: Ports of Nigeria (Lagos, Apapa, Port Harcourt, Onne, Rivers Port, Tin Can Island).

  1. Nigerian Ports Authority
  2. Port of Lagos
  3. Apapa Port
  4. Port Harcourt
  5. Calabar Port Complex
  6. Onne Port Complex
  7. Rivers Port Complex
  8. Can Island Port Complex
  9. Delta Ports Complex
The Subject (e-learning) “Ports of Nigeria” is part of the following Higher Education Programs taught by EENI (Business School) and the Hispano-African University of International Business:
  1. Masters (e-learning): African Business, BRICS Countries (Nigeria), Frontier Markets, International Business
  2. Doctorates: Africa, Islamic Countries
  3. Courses: West Africa, Transport in Africa
  4. Bachelor's Degree in Inter-African Business

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Languages of study Higher Education in English or Post-secondary Education in French Ports du Nigeria. Summaries in Study in Portuguese Portos da Nigéria Tertiary Education in Spanish Puertos de Nigeria

Area of Knowledge: Africa

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Description of the Subject (Higher Education, e-learning): Nigerian ports.

Lagos Port Complex (Port of Lagos)

  1. South West Nigeria (Atlantic Coast) - West Africa
  2. Private Terminal Operators
  3. The Port of Lagos is one of the largest African Ports
  4. The largest Container Terminal: Apapa, owned by A. P. Moller-Maersk
  5. The Bua Group (Abdulsamad Rabiu) has a refinery in the Port of Lagos
  6. The Folawiyo Towers are in the Port of Lago.
  7. Main cities near the Port of Lagos:
    1. Nigeria: Abeokuta, Ibadan, Osogbo, Ogbomosho, Ilorin, Shaki, Igboho, and Kishi
    2. Benin: Cotonou and Porto-Novo.

Onne Port Complex

  1. The Onne Port Complex is the largest petrol and gas free zone in the World
  2. Bonny River Estuary
  3. Hub for West and Central Africa
  4. Access to Onisha, Nnewi, and Aba
  5. 65% of the Nigerian export cargo

Rivers Port Complex

  1. Includes: Port Harcourt Port, Okrika Refined Petroleum, Kidney Island.
  2. Located in the Rivers State (Port Harcourt)
  3. One of the best Nigerian ports
  4. Port Harcourt is the centre of the Nigerian Petroleum industry
  5. Main cities near the Rivers Port Complex: Ataba, Port Harcourt, Elele, Emohia, Aba, Eberi, Ikot Epene, Omoku, Ihiagwa, OWerri, Umuahia, and Akabo.

Tin Can Island Port Complex

  1. Created in 1997
  2. Ro-ro terminal
  3. Private Terminal Operators since 2006

Calabar Port Complex

  1. Petrol and gas industry
  2. Calabar Free Trade Zone (CFTZ)
  3. Access to the Northern States of Nigeria
  4. Main cities near the Calabar Port Complex: Calabar, Oron, Ikot Ekpene, Aba, Uyo, Enugu, Ikom, Abakaliki, Afikpo, Nsukka, Otukp, Ogoja, and Makurdi

Delta Ports Complex

  1. Access to several Nigerian states: Benue, Anambra, Ondo, Imo, Kogi, Enugu, Delta, and Edo.
  2. Maybe is the “Port of the Future” in Nigeria.

Main body: Nigerian Ports Authority.

Trans-African Roads (Transport corridors).

  1. Dakar-Lagos corridor
  2. Algiers-Lagos corridor
  3. Lagos-Mombasa Corridor
  4. N’Djamena-Djibouti
  5. Trans-Sahelian Highway

Maritime Transport in Africa - West African Ports



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