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    Report: NPA revokes LADOL’s land lease agreement over infraction

Report: NPA revokes LADOL’s land lease agreement over infraction

The Nigerian Ports Authority (NPA) has reportedly revoked its land lease agreement with Lagos Deep Offshore Logistics Base (LADOL) at Tarkwa Bay over alleged violation of the terms of the contract. According to THISDAY, LADOL subleased 11.24 hectares of land to Samsung Heavy Industries Nigeria Limited (SHIN) from the total 121 hectares leased to it at outrageous amount, and without approval from the [...]

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    LADOL retains standadisation certificates

LADOL retains standadisation certificates

The Lagos Deep Offshore Logistics (LADOL) has retained its International Organization for Standardization (ISO) certificates " 45001:2018 and 14001:2015". The company, in a statement, said the success builds on its "marketing leading track record in implementation of quality, health, safety, environment and occupational health policies and procedures." "LADOL’s management systems keep sustainability at its core and the Occupational Health and Safety and the [...]

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    Amy Jadesimi receives ‘leading woman award’ at petroleum summit

Amy Jadesimi receives ‘leading woman award’ at petroleum summit

Amy Jadesimi, managing director of Lagos Deep Offshore Logistic Base (LADOL), has been named the oil and gas leading woman. She got the award at the 2019 Petroleum Industry Award. The award, organised by the Foreign Investment Network (FIN) and the federal ministry of petroleum resources, held at the just concluded Nigeria International Petroleum Summit, in Abuja. The organisers said the award is [...]

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    It took 17 years to transform LADOL, says Jadesimi

It took 17 years to transform LADOL, says Jadesimi

Amy Jadesimi, managing director of Lagos Deep Offshore Logistics Base (LADOL), says it took 17 years for the company to transform a “disused swamp” to a free zone. In an interview with Forbes, the 43-year old said LADOL has risen above challenges to operate the free zone, which is Nigeria’s “first privately-developed port terminal”. "It is 100% Nigerian-owned, the first privately [...]

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    CAN asks aggrieved politicians in Akwa Ibom to sheathe their swords

CAN asks aggrieved politicians in Akwa Ibom to sheathe their swords

The Akwa Ibom state chapter of the Christian Association of Nigeria (CAN) has asked aggrieved politicians to sheathe their swords. Akwa Ibom has been involved in crisis in the last three days over the invasion of the state house of assembly by thugs suspected to the All Progressives Congress (APC). In his reaction, Ndueso Ekwere, CAN chairman said the issue at the [...]

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    Enelamah: We’ll resolve dispute between Samsung, LADOL

Enelamah: We’ll resolve dispute between Samsung, LADOL

Okechukwu Enelamah, minister of industry, trade and investment, says government will wade into the ongoing dispute between Samsung Heavy Industries Nigeria (SHI), and the management of Lagos Deep Offshore Logistics (LADOL). According to a statement signed by Bisi Daniels, spokesman of the minister, Enelamah disclosed this while receiving In-tae Lee, South Korean ambassador to Nigeria, in Abuja on Thursday. Lee had sought [...]

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    LADOL MD pledges support for female entrepreneurs

LADOL MD pledges support for female entrepreneurs

Amy Jadesimi, managing director, Lagos Deep Offshore Logistics Base (LADOL), has pledged support for female entrepreneurs. Jadesimi said the support is in line with the company's partnership with the WE Empower United Nations Sustainable development Goals (UN SDG) Challenge. The LADOL MD made this known during the UN General Assembly which held in New York between September 24 to September 29. Habiba Ali, [...]

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    We’re charting a new course, says LADOL MD

We’re charting a new course, says LADOL MD

Amy Jadesimi, managing director of the Lagos Deep Offshore Logistics Base (LADOL), says enterprises like LADOL are “charting a new course, guided by sustainable principles". Jadesimi made the remark while giving a keynote address at the 2018 German Corporation for International Cooperation (GIZ) symposium on social and economic development which held in Bad Neuenahr, Germany from September 11 to September 13. She [...]

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Ladol files lawsuit against SHI-MCI, says company ‘breached’ major contractual agreements

The Lagos Deep Offfshore Logistics base (Ladol) says it has filed a lawsuit against Samsung Heavy Industries (SHI-MCI) as a result of the company’s alleged infraction of major contractual agreements between them. This is according to a press statement made available by Ladol in Lagos on Friday. According to Ladol, it has terminated the sublease agreement granted SHI-MCI to operate on the [...]

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Egina FPSO a testament to Nigeria’s industralisation drive, says LADOL MD

Amy Jadesmi, the managing director of Lagos Deep Offshore Logistics base (LADOL) says the successful launch of the Egina Floating Production Storage and Offloading (FPSO) to OML 130 is a testament to Nigeria’s industralisation drive. Jadesimi in a statement released on Monday said the vessel which was partially fabricated and integrated, in Africa and the largest vessel to ever berth in [...]

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    VIDEO: Osibanjo tours LADOL free zone in Lagos

VIDEO: Osibanjo tours LADOL free zone in Lagos

Acting President  Yemi Osinbajo went on a tour of the Egina Floating Production Storage Offloading (FPSO) unit at the LADOL free zone in Lagos on Friday. The $3.3 billion FPSO unit has a production capacity of 200,000 barrels of oil per day and will produce first oil before the end of 2018, Ahmadu-Kida Musa, deputy managing director, Total Exploration and Production [...]

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    LADOL seeks fair review of free zone tariffs

LADOL seeks fair review of free zone tariffs

Amy Jadesimi, managing director of Lagos Deep Offshore Logistics Base (LADOL), says the company will collaborate with the federal government to ensure fairness in the review of free zone tariffs. Jadesimi said this will help foreign and local investors with operations in the free zone to benefit from the scheme in line with the government’s ease of doing business mandate. She made [...]

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    LADOL MD asks UN to support private sector in developing countries

LADOL MD asks UN to support private sector in developing countries

Amy Jadesimi, managing director of Lagos Deep Offshore Logistics Base (LADOL), has urged the United Nations to support private sector companies in low income high growth economies such as Nigeria. Jadesimi made the call while speaking at the sustainable development goal (SDG) business forum which held at the UN headquarters in New York on Tuesday. She said the private sector in high [...]

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    LADOL’s Jadesimi joins Okonjo-Iweala to boost Africa’s growth

LADOL’s Jadesimi joins Okonjo-Iweala to boost Africa’s growth

Amy Jadesimi, chief executive officer, LADOL, has joined the ranks of top business leaders at B-Team Africa, a pan-African platform that “addresses critical issues” across the continent. Some of the business leaders on the B-Team Africa platform are Ngozi Okonjo-Iweala, former minister of finance and Mo Ibrahim, renowned philanthropist. Speaking about the responsibility that comes with her selection, Jadesimi said the B-Team [...]

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    LADOL’s Amy Jadesimi named Africa’s young CEO of the year

LADOL’s Amy Jadesimi named Africa’s young CEO of the year

Amy Jadesimi, the chief executive officer of Lagos Deep Offshore Logistics Base (LADOL), has been named Africa's young CEO of the year, at the Africa CEO Forum currently being held in Abidjan.  Receiving the award on Monday night, Jadesimi said it was a great honour to be picking up the award, which recognises the work LADOL is doing in Nigeria and [...]

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Companies with more female directors increase profitability by 42%, says Amy Jadesimi

Amy Jadesimi, managing director of Lagos Deep Offshore Logistic Base (LADOL) says that a company with more female representation in its board will be 42% more profitable than companies without female directors. Speaking on CNBC Africa’s Power Launch to mark this year’s International Women’s Day on March 8, Jadesimi said women make unique decisions as they see the world differently. She said: [...]

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