More ships carrying petroleum products arrive Lagos

Suspect stolen crude oil vessel21 March 2014, Lagos – The Nigerian Ports Authority (NPA) on Friday said that four vessels carrying petroleum products had arrived at the ports in Lagos.

This is contained in the NPA’s daily publication, the “Shipping Position.”

According to NAN reports NPA, the vessels will discharge their products at the Single Buoy Mooring; the Petroleum Wharf Apapa; Fishery Wharf and the New Oil Jetty.

The NPA also disclosed that it was expecting the arrival of 51 vessels from March 21 to April 15.

A breakdown showed that 20 of the 51 vessels would sail in with containers while 17 vessels would come with food items.

It said that the food items include frozen fish, bulk salt, rice in bags, buckwheat and bulk malt.

Four vessels will come in with additional petroleum products, including aviation fuel, the NPA said.

It said that the remaining 10 vessels would sail in with general cargo, including steel products.


– The Nation

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