ICTSI Nigerian subsidiary aids LNG’s Bonny expansion

ICTSI Onne Multipurpose Terminal aids Nigerian LNG’s expansion in Bonny

Onne Multipurpose Terminal (OMT), International Container Terminal Services (ICTSI)’s Nigerian cargo handling facility, has supported Nigerian LNG (NLNG)’s Train 7 expansion project at the latter’s facility in Bonny.

OMT recently assisted the unloading of critical project components from three boats on Berth 10 of the Federal Ocean Terminal in partnership with Horatio Ltd., Chairborne Global Services Limited, Kerry Logistics, and IO Materials Services.

The modules were secured at OMT’s yard before being placed onto barges for transit to Bonny Island.

NLNG, a joint venture between Nigerian National Petroleum Corporation, Total, Shell, and ENI, began operations at its Bonny plant in 1999 and today runs six processing units, or trains.

This train expansion comes two weeks after OMT achieved a safety milestone after clocking in 2 million man-hours with zero lost time injury (LTI).

The $10 billion Train 7 expansion aims to increase Nigeria’s LNG production from 22 million to 30 million tonnes per year by 2027.

After being chosen by Transnet as the preferred partner to build and manage Durban Container port Pier 2, ICTSI is preparing to open its fifth port on the continent.

Recently, OMT turned over three solar-powered water systems to the Nigerian Ogu community.

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