Welcome to Intels Story
Intels’ story begins in the mid-1970s and goes through more than thirty years in the West African history of Oil and Gas logistics.
Located within the Onne Oil & Gas Service Center complex, Onne Camp Facilities were built in the mid ‘90s, to provide high standards of accommodation to the staff operating in Onne Port terminals.
Onne Port, F.O.T.
Under-used and only partially built, Intels refurbished the Onne complex from 1982 until 1995, when the first ocean vessel moored at FOT’s (Federal Ocean Terminal) Berth No. 1., eventually becoming the only harbourage for deep offshore support.
Onne Port, F.L.T.
Conceived as a logistics base for the storage, handling and processing of light goods, the FLT terminal was set by an inland creek of the river Bonny; the lease was first extended in 1992, then again in the mid 2000’s.
Onne Multi Center
Completed in 2015, the Multi Center Arena hosts congresses, exhibitions, parties and dedicated events, with a lounge bar and a relaxing area, while the main hall can be even set-up as a cinema.
In the late 1980s, Warri New Port was built on the basis of the One-Stop-Shop idea, to cover the Western Delta area and attract oil companies with cost-effective benefits. Since then, Intels have been offering complete services, packages and dedicated facilities in there.
Port Harcourt, Heliconia Port Estate
Port Harcourt is an important industrial and commercial for to the oil extraction process, and Heliconia is located at its center. The radical transformation of the area started in 1995, completing a first stage of development in 2000. The construction process began a year later, and today the Heliconia Estate is a complex of 262 modern apartment units.
Port Harcourt, Aba Road Estate
Aba Road is a large village close to the airport which serves Port Harcourt area; enjoying a strategic yet peacefully position, Aba Road offers direct heliport connection to offshore transfers and hosts the headquarters of the Nigerian Football Academy.