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    • OECD Global Forum on Development

      Dr Amy Jadesimi, MD of LADOL, has been invited as keynote speaker at the OECD Global Forum on Development Conference to be held in Paris on 5th April 2017. Participants at this year’s conference will take stock of existing initiatives to catalyse the power of the private sector in supporting the Sustainable Development Goals, explore […]

    • A fantastic business opportunity

      “A fantastic business opportunity.” Amy Jadesimi, Managing Director of LADOL and Commissioner at the Business and Sustainable Development Commission, tells Abraaj Week 2017 that there is huge potential to create value through the Sustainable Development Goals (SDG). Watch the full video below.

    • Make It Local, Make It Cheap. Africa Oil & Power Report

      Amy Jadesimi, Managing Director of Lagos Deep Offshore Logistics Base (LADOL), explains why local content done right always reduces costs, and how low oil and gas prices can be a boon for the oil and gas industry. Click here to read the full report at africaoilandpower.com he

    • US Ambassador Visits LADOL

      The US Ambassador to Nigeria, Stuart Symington recently visited LADOL to review progress on the development of the site and discuss business opportunities. Click here for Stuart Symington’s Wiki profile.

    • LADOL Aerial Views

      The following video gives a birds eye view of the development of LADOL. This clip was filmed by Jay Brother Productions (http://jaybrothersproduction.com). Watch the full video from our YouTube channel below.

    • Sustainable Business Can Unlock at Least US$12 Trillion in New Market Value

      A new report from the Business & Sustainable Development Commission shows that the next decade will be critical for companies to open 60 key market “hot spots”, tackle social and environmental challenges, and re-build trust with society. The flagship report, Better Business, Better World, asserts that sustainable business models could open economic opportunities worth at […]

    • LADOL joins global most influential maritime firms over $600m logistics facility

      Lagos Deep Offshore Logistics base (LADOL) has joined the few Nigerian companies that have crossed all barriers to play in the league of global leading firms that shape business development in the world’s shipping sector. Industry analysts attribute the growth of LADOL to the construction of the fabrication and integration yard of the Floating, Production, […]

    • BBC World News : Nigeria’s desperate drive to diversify (Source: BBC 25/11/16)

      With the collapse in the international oil price, Nigeria has found itself centre-stage as its economy falters. It has prompted experts to put pressure on the country to diversify its economy and take a different approach to the oil and gas sector. To find out more for Africa Business Report on how companies and entrepreneurs […]

    • Senate to support LADOL

      The Senate Committee on Marine Transport has pledged to support Lagos Deep Offshore Logistics Base (LADOL), Niger Dock Ltd. and the Lagos Channel Management (LCM) to achieve success in the interest of the country. The Chairman of the Committee, Sen. Ahmed Yerima, said this during an oversight function of the committee to Lagos Channel Management […]

    • LADOL CEO Attends Danish Maritime Forum

      Dr. Amy Jadesimi, CEO of LADOL, recently attended the Danish Maritime Forum and engaged with key leaders from the public and private sectors in collaborative activities to unleash the potential of the global maritime industry. The 2016 Danish Maritime Forum included a number of high-level panel discussions and key notes featuring key business leaders, top […]

    • NPA board frets over lingering crisis in logistics sector

      The Board memebers of the Nigerian Ports Authority (NPA), have promised to made into the lingering crisis in the oil and gas logistics value chain. The Board, during a visit to the Lagos Deep Offshore Logistics (LADOL) base in Apapa Lagos, promised to probe into the issues and table it before President Muhammadu Buhari in […]

    • LADOL Vital For Diversification of Nigeria’s Economy – NPA

      The Lagos Deep Offshore Logistics base (LADOL) has been described as an organization that is foremost to current efforts by the Federal Government in checking the lingering foreign exchange challenges currently facing the country. The assertion was made in Lagos on Friday by members of the Board of Directors of the Nigerian Ports Authority (NPA), […]

    • LADOL Boss Stresses Women’s Role in Global Economic Growth

      Women have contributed significantly to global economic growth and as leading agents in Sustainable Development Goals (SDG). The assertion was made by the Managing Director of the Lagos Deep Offshore Logistics base (LADOL), Dr. Amy Jadesimi, in a speech she delivered at the just concluded United Nations General Assembly (UNGA) held in New York, United […]

    • LADOL CEO Gives Speech at UN General Assembly

      The Managing Director of LADOL, Dr. Amy Jadesimi, gave a speech at UN General Assembly on 22 September 2016 on behalf of the Business and Sustainable Development Commission which is chaired by Lord Mark Malloch-Brown and co-founded by Paul Polman the CEO of Unilever. Dr. Amy is one of only 31 international Commissioners on the […]

    • Oil Crash Boosting Nigeria’s Local Services Industry

      According to Amy Jadesimi, CEO of LADOL, the crash in oil prices is forcing offshore producers in Nigeria to turn to local service providers to save costs. “There’s no way IOCs can afford to do business in Nigeria unless they get their offshore support from Lagos,” Ami Jadesimi said in a recent interview in with […]

    • LADOL advances in $3.8b Egina FPSO vessel construction

      The Lagos Deep Offshore Logistic Base (LADOL) is blazing the trail in the quest for local capacity development in the country as it advanced with the construction of the world-class Floating Production Storage and Offloading (FPSO) vessel. The indigenous oil and gas logistics firm is currently working on the sections of the FPSO at its […]

    • LADOL awarded first local Chevening Partner

      The UK Government has awarded Chevening scholarship to 53 Nigerians for the 2016/2017 Chevening cycle, the UK High Commissioner to Nigeria, Paul Arkwright, has said. Mr Arkwright stated this at the pre-departure orientation programme in Abuja, organised for Chevening scholars to commence their study programmes in the UK this September, according to the High Commission. […]

    • LADOL becomes a Founding Patron of Prince’s Trust International

      Today, Lagos Deep Offshore Logistics Base (LADOL) announces it has become a Founding Patron of the Prince’s Trust International (PT), which seeks to help disadvantaged young people around the globe into education, training and work. Commenting on the announcement, LADOL CEO, Dr Amy Jadesimi, noted: “LADOL is delighted to support the important work of Prince’s […]

    • LADOL is very much focussed on building capacity in Nigeria

      Dr. Amy Jadesimi, Managing Director, Lagos Deep Offshore Logistics Base, the 100-hectare free zone and logistics hub, talks to MEET THE BOSS on advantages in the low oil price environment, best practices in the Free Zone and how the private port facility could help in bringing in Foreign Direct Investments into the country. Click here […]

    • LADOL’s Founder Is Appointed Chairman of NDPR

      Ladi Jadesimi, founder of the Lagos Deep Offshore Logistics (LADOL) base, has been elected Chairman of the Niger Delta Petroleum Resources Limited (NDPR). Mr. Jadesimi took over from Goodie Ibru, the Hotel magnate who had been Chairman since 2012 and who retired from the board after serving for 10 years. A graduate of Oxford University […]