‘INTELS empowerment scheme has given Rivers women hope’
The Women Empowerment Programme Scheme Synergy (WEPSS) instituted by INTELS Nigeria Limited, in Onne, Rivers State, has continued to attract many women from various parts of the country. WEPSS, a corporate social responsibility initiative of the oil and gas logistics giant, trains rural women in sewing and fashion design for free. Dorothy Egbe is one of…
INTELS targets more beneficiaries of empowerment scheme in 2018
As part of its corporate social responsibility (CSR) initiative, INTELS Nigeria Limited Women Empowerment Programme Scheme Synergy (WEPSS) targets to empower from 200 to 250 women this year. Already, about 200 women had graduated from the WEPSS scheme instituted by the oil and gas logistics giant, INTELS, in 2017. About 100 of the women completed…
INTELS indelible footprints spurs $7b investment, economic growth
No one could have seen the huge benefits lying under the vast expanse of land situated in Onne, Port Harcourt, until the Integrated Logistics Company (INTELS), took the bold step and berthed technical expertise to transform....
10,000 INTELS workers petition presidency over OGFZA saga
No fewer that 10,000 workers in the Onne Free Trade Zone have registered their displeasure to the presidency over the lingering crisis between INTELS Nigeria Limited and Oil and Gas Free Trade Zone Authority (OGFZA).
NPA, Intels face-off: Partnership ruptured by politics
When the Nigerian Ports Authority (NPA) signed the Boats Pilotage Monitoring and Supervision contract with Integrated Logistics (INTELS) Nigeria Limited 17 years ago...
Why Intels Nigeria’s 2017 free zone operating licence is delayed, by OGFZA
Oil and Gas Free Zones Authority (OGFZA) has said Intels Nigeria Limited has not met the conditions for the renewal of its licence, hence the delay for the 2017 free zone operating permit.
Dogara raises 16-man committee on NPA, INTELS’ contract imbroglio
Dogara, yesterday named a 16-man ad-hoc committee to look into circumstances that led to the recent termination of ports’ management agreement/contract between the Federal Government and INTELS Nigeria Limited.
Respite for Atiku as Reps reverse INTELS’ contract revocation
Claiming that INTELS had already invested $900 million in facilities in the Apapa, Warri, and Port Harcourt terminals, he stated that no fewer than 7,000 Nigerians and their dependents could be affected if the termination of the contract was allowed to stand.