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Welcome to Intels Nigeria

Intels Nigeria Limited provides comprehensive integrated logistics services for the Nigerian Oil and Gas Industry.
Thanks to its concept of an Oil & Gas Service Center, Intels is nowadays widely recognized all over the world as benchmark for oil companies operating in West Africa.

Mission & Vision

Intels Nigeria Ltd.’s mission is to be the leading provider of premium logistics support services and facilities to operators in the oil & gas industry, and to be the leading port infrastructure developer and operator of world class Oil Service Centres in Nigeria and Sub-Saharan Africa.

Corporate Vision and Objectives
Intels Nigeria Ltd.’s vision is to partner with governments and clients to proactively offer tailor-made logistic solutions and state of the art infrastructure to the Oil and Gas Industry.

Leading the market as a core infrastructure developer and services provider, through its skill, efficiency, integrity and quality of service.

Leveraging on its expertise in logistics management and applying the “One-Stop-Shop” solution in, Oil Service Centres in order to optimize processes, enabling clients to focus on their core activities through a reliable outsourcing partnership and increase profitability for clients, thereby promoting sustainable development and growth of the oil and gas sector of the economy; Facilitating engagement with local communities, maintaining a healthy and cooperative environment with the Government. 

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Intels Policy

In support of the Nigerian Content Policy of the Federal Government of Nigeria, Intels Nigeria Limited is committed to maximizing in a sustainable manner the use of Nigerian human resources, materials, equipment and services, without compromising the company’s values or quality, health, safety and environmental standards. 

In order to contribute to the development of Nigeria’s industrial capabilities and competences and supporting the nation’s economy, Intels shall seek to maximize the participation of Nigerian businesses and local contractors in its operations in compliance with the Nigerian Oil and Gas Industry Content Development Act, 2010. Intels shall take all reasonable measures to meet requisite Nigerian Content Plan in projects supported by its facilities and services without compromising the intended objective of achieving the best overall value for the projects in terms of price, quality, efficiency, delivery and operating parameters. 

Intels on Nigerian Content Development

Over the years, Intels Nigeria Limited - in conjunction with the Federal Government of Nigeria through the Ministry of Transport, the Ministry of Trade & Investment and other relevant government agencies - laid the foundation for a world class port development in support of the Oil and Gas Industry in Nigeria, thus encouraging job creation and human capital.
  • Intels is a major promoter of foreign direct investment into Nigerian Oil and Gas Free Zones.
  • Employment, training and transfer of technology increased, as we’re committed to investing in manpower development (the Training Academy): about 25,000 direct and indirect jobs created.
  • Nigerian manufactured goods and services are being promoted, through the provision of excellent facilities – dedicated Oil and Gas logistic support bases attract both foreign and local companies.
  • Intels have been awarded as a Champion of Local Content, recognized by the Nigerian Content Development monitoring Board (NCDMB).
  • World class standards have been reached in terminal operations and cargo handling, supported by various units of dedicated equipment.
  • Intels is a contributor to the Nigerian Content Development Fund.
  • Excellent results have been reached in host community relations and empowerment.

Quality Health System

To maintain a leading position in logistics support providing, Intels Nigeria Limited has developed a certified QHSE integrated management system, that guarantees quality services to our customers, a healthy and safe workplace and a minimum impact upon the environment.

In line with the ISO 9001:2015 standard’s requirements, the company is profoundly committed to ensuring satisfaction to customers’ requests, by building a culture of continuous improvement. Intels places high emphasis on methods combining sound customer feedback, periodic review of quality objectives, operational methods and internal audits on non-conformance issues.

Health and safety
In line with OHSAS 18001:2007 standard requirements, we are committed to providing and sustaining as far as reasonably practicable a safe and healthy working environment as a major priority. A Health & Safety Management System has been implemented, including corporate policies, guidelines and procedures, mitigating the risk to personnel and both company’s and clients’ assets.

In line with ISO 14001:2015 standard requirements, Intels cares about the sustainability of its own operations, trying to guarantee a minimal impact on the local and wider environment.

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Quality Health System – Certificates

Intels, firmly believes in engaging the workforce in the company’s standard compliance because safety is “everybody’s responsibility”. Continuous consultation by line managers has earned a positive culture throughout the organization, made evident in its performances. Remarkable achievements in managing all work-related injuries and damage to property are constantly recognized by clients.

  • Award of commendation in recognition of contribution towards developing a positive environment, health and safety – 2015 (OANDO PLC)
  • Award as The Best Port Operator in General Waste Management at the Calabar Port Complex – 2015 (Nigeria Ports Authority)
  • Award as The Best Port Operator in Environmental Emergency Response at the Onne Port Complex – 2015 (Nigeria Ports Authority)
  • Recognition towards improving HSE performance in Onne Ports & its environs – 2014 (Nigeria Ports Authority)
  • Recognition towards improving HSE performance in Delta Ports Warri & its environs – 2014 (Nigeria Ports Authority)
  • 500,000 Manhours without recordable Injury for Nigeria Mid-Africa Strategic Business unit - 2013 (CHEVRON NIG. LTD)
  • 3000 days (8.22 years equivalent) without LTI (Total/Intels joint operations) – 2012 (TOTAL)
  • 3 million man-hours no LTI shore base operation award 2012 (Exxonmobil)