LADOL Sponsors Chevening Partnership
The Chevening Scholarships programme is the UK government’s prestigious international Leadership programme, funded by the Foreign and Commonwealth Office (FCO) and partner organisations. Young professionals with outstanding academic and leadership talents are given the opportunity to study for a one-year Masters degree at any UK University of their choice, after which they are required to return to Nigeria to assist in further development of the country.
A total of 44 Nigerians who were awarded Chevening Scholarships in 2015/2016, are back in-country after having successfully completed their study in various UK universities.
As a sponsor for the Chevening Partnership, representatives from LADOL recently attended a welcome reception hosted by the British High Commission for the 2015/2016 Chevening Scholars.
Apr 8th, 2017
USTDA hails LADOL as haven for investment
The United State Trade and Development Agency (USTDA) has commended the Lagos Deep Offshore Logistics Base (LADOL) as a safe haven for investment and having great capacity for job creation in the African sub-region. This is coming just as the Federal government as well as Lagos and Oyo states governments have indicated interests in collaborating […]
LADOL logistics base set for expansion
Facing an uphill battle, the privately owned West African free zone and logistics hub Lagos Deep Offshore Logistics Base (LADOL) has been rapidly expanding over the past 15 years and has established itself as an important logistics base for international oil companies. It now has its long-term sights set on diversifying away from oil and […]
Executive Director speaks at Nigerian Diaspora Direct Investment Summit
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LADOL CEO invited to Afreximbank AGM
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LADOL CEO attends G20 Africa Summit
LADOL Managing Director, Dr. Amy Jadesimi, recently attended a G20 conference focussing on the development of Africa and hosted by the German President of the G20 in Berlin. The summit was organised to propose the ‘G20 African Partnership Initiative’ to spur private investment in infrastructure and employment. The Partnership intends to support related political initiatives […]
LADOL continues to mark milestones as deepwater port
Lagos Deep Offshore Logistic Base (LADOL) is awaiting what is considered to be a historic moment in the development of the country’s offshore oil and gas industry. Having fabricated part of the topsides of Total’s Egina FPSO, it will soon receive the completed hull for integration, making it, according to LADOL Managing Director, Dr. Amy […]
Channels TV Interviews LADOL Executive
Jide Jadesimi, Executive Director of LADOL, was recently interviewed on the Business Morning program of Channels TV. Discussing the subject of local content development in the Nigeria energy market and the role of local investors, Jide explained how LADOL is contributing to these initiatives and helping to boost the economy. Watch the full video below.
Nigeria network meeting – Egina Floater
An historic event will take place in Lagos later this year when the Total’s Egina Floater arrives at Lagos Deep Offshore Logistics Base (LADOL) in Nigeria. Mr. Jide Jadesimi, Executive Director Business Development at LADOL recently gave a presentation on their partnership strategy in this venture and was also be available for B2B meetings with […]
NPA Ends Era of Monopoly at Ports
The Managing Director of Nigerian Ports Authority (NPA) Hadiza Bala Usman has directed that every terminal in the port was free to receive any cargo as far as it has the technical competence to handle such goods. Usman introduced the measure as part of the efforts to promote competitiveness in the ports environment and check […]
British High Commission Visits LADOL Free Zone
Representatives from the British High Commission recently visited LADOL Free Zone to review progress of the facility. From left to right. Ms Ola Sorunke – Head of Energy, Nigeria, Department for International Trade, British Deputy High Commission Mrs Laure Beaufils – Deputy High Commissioner in Lagos Dr Amy Jadesimi – MD LADOL Mrs Harriet Thompson […]
LADOL Keynote Speaker at Grand Health Bazaar 2017
The 3-day Grand Health Bazaar (#GHB2017) event recently took place at the Havilah Centre, Sheraton Four Points Hotel, Lagos from April 25-27 2017. #GHB2017 invites high profile keynote speakers from different organisations who enlighten and update attendees on new innovations in their various fields of expertise. Representatives from LADOL where invited to speak at the […]
Delegation From The Society of Petroleum Engineers Visits LADOL
LADOL Executive Director, Jide Jadesimi, welcomes members of the Society of Petroleum Engineers (SPE) to the LADOL Free Zone. The visit was organised to familiarize the SPE representatives with the facility to facilitate future business opportunities https://www.spe.org
MD of NEPZA Visits LADOL
Dr Amy Jadesimi, MD of LADOL, welcomes Hon. Barr. Emmanuel Jime, Managing Director of Nigeria Export and Processing Zones Authority to the LADOL Free Zone.
Nigeria To Become West Africa’s Hub For FPSO Integration
The Chairman of the Lagos Deep Offshore Logistics (LADOL), Ladipupo Jadesimi, has expressed the hope of Nigeria emerging the hub for Floating Production Storage and Offloading vessel (FPSO) integration in the nearest future. Jadesimi, who expressed optimism on the fast growing development at the logistics base, however, bemoaned allegations that the company is berthing vessels […]
LADOL Sponsors Chevening Partnership
The Chevening Scholarships programme is the UK government’s prestigious international Leadership programme, funded by the Foreign and Commonwealth Office (FCO) and partner organisations. Young professionals with outstanding academic and leadership talents are given the opportunity to study for a one-year Masters degree at any UK University of their choice, after which they are required to […]
CNN Money – Nigeria’s Female Oil Tycoon
It’s rare to find a woman at the top of an oil business. It’s the last place Amy Jadesimi expected to be. “The one thing that I definitely didn’t want to do was work in oil and gas,” Jadesimi told CNN. That was before she got involved with Lagos Deep Offshore Logistics Base (LADOL), a […]
Sustaining Your World: How Business Can Help Solve the Planet’s Challenges
The Business and Sustainable Development Commission is making an important case for the private sector to be more involved in solving the planet’s biggest challenges. In collaboration with The Economist Films, the Business Commission developed a 10-minute film to explain what the challenges and opportunities are and highlight some of the companies leading the conversation […]
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
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