By: Vital Energy  05/12/2011
Keywords: Tanker, petroleum products


Bata 1, a 15,000Mt oil/chemical tanker vessel. She has been engaged in deepwater operations within the West Coast Africa servicing maritime needs for deepsea bulk carriers.

Formerly known as MT Jikor was built February 1984. Prior to her acquisition, Panafric Adventurer was trading between Bahrain and other Middle East port carrying various grades of refined petroleum product. She has a cargo capacity of 7,000Mt and currently flying a Nigerian flag and she belongs to INSB classification and her protection and indemnity cover with South of England.

A 1980 Japanese built oil tanker. Her deadweight is 6,023MT and suitable for carrying different grade of refined petroleum product. She is currently engaged in active trading within Nigeria and West African Coast, flying a Nigerian flag with INSB classification.

Formerly Lisa, is a 5,000MT cargo capacity motor tanker. She has traded in various capacities within and outside Nigeria and a household name as far as West African Coastal trading is concerned. She is one of the very few vessels approved to undertake refinery loading within the coast.

A Japanese built motor tanker, with summer deadweight of 5,000MT. She has been engaged with bunkering activities for oil majors, loading from Tema refinery and discharging offshore. Since her entry into Nigeria, she has been carrying Petroleum products for bulk traders.

Formerly called Bimbo, is a Norwegian built oil/chemical tanker currently registered in Nigeria. MT Livia is suitable for carrying all grades of refined Petroleum product, particularly for bunkering activities. She is a 3,195Mt deadweight vessel specialised in refinery to rig operations.

A 350MT self propelled tanker barge suitable for bunkering activities because of her easy manoveurability. She is actively involved in offshore service delivery.

A 450MT self propelled tanker barge suitable for bunkering activities. A flat bottom tanker barge whose operation is not limited to deep water areas but also in shallow water.

A stainless steel fresh water barge. She is self propelled and has 300MT carriage capacity.

Keywords: petroleum products, Tanker