Delmar Petroleum Terminal, Jetty To Begin Operation In Akwa Ibom

Ground breaking ceremony for Delmar Petroleum and Jetty

Ground breaking ceremony for Delmar Petroleum and Jetty

The Akwa Ibom State Governor, Mr. Udom Emmanuel, has performed the ground breaking for a Petrochemical Company, Delmar Petroleum and Jetty located at Itak Idim Ekpe, Ibeno Local Government Area of the State.

The ground breaking which is part of activities to mark Governor Udom Emmanuel’s one year in Office has opened the window for the influx of Oil and Gas investors to the State.

Performing the ground breaking, the State Chief Executive lauded Delmar group of companies for the choice of Akwa Ibom State for the investment saying he has begun negotiations with the Nigerian National Petroleum Cooperation and Exxon Mobil for the supply of Gas and Crude oil for the take off of the project or they grant access for the sourcing of the product within the marginal field to feed the Plant
pointing out that the coastlines would play host to several industries including fertilizer Plant

Dr Odilli explained that Delmar Petroleum which is an Oil and Gas trading Company, incorporated in 1993 with specialization in the sales, distribution and storage of Petroleum Products will have access to the deep sea through a conventional Bouy Mooring system for loading and discharging large capacity product tankers from 30kt to 100kt.

He added that the Company has storage facilities for coastal and Inland Petroleum Products as well as the necessary skills, assets and infrastructure for supplying and trading refined petroleum products across the world.

The rationale for locating the terminal in the state, according to him, is to promote the State’s strategic position and unique logistics advantage within the Gulf of Guinea to service customers which include International Oil Companies, Major Retail and Consumer Enterprises within Nigeria, West and Central Africa.






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