Investment Opportunities in Nigeria


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Oil & Gas

Oil & Gas

The oil & gas is divided to two sub sectors namely:

1. Upstream production of crude oil and natural gas
2. Downstream


Investment Opportunities in upstream:

Oil Production:
Increasing production from 2.1 mbpd to 2.5mbpd

Refineries:
 Invest in intervention & rehabilitation projects of existing refineries
 Collocation of refineries
 Investment of Modular Refineries


SSGas INVESTMENTS:

Gas Flare Procurement:
Over the years Nigeria has flared its gas without adequate measures for control and conversion but just recently the Federal government has introduced a commercialization programme to enable Investors bid for the process of allocating gas flares for commercial application purposes.

This will provide investments in:
 Gas to power generation
 Gas pipeline construction
 Deep Sea Ports,
 Gas Processing Facilities
 Integrated Power Solutions


Down Stream Investments:

 Revamp LPG and build new CNG plants
 Crude oil pipelines
 Product pipelines
 Petroluem Storage product storage tanks
 Products subsea pipelins
 New technology based petroleum filling stations


Mining & Solid Minerals Development

Mining & Solid Minerals Development

The commercial value of Nigeria’s solid minerals has been estimated to run into hundreds of trillions of dollars. It has also been estimated that Nigeria loses about $40 billion annually in unexploited gold alone. Nigeria is blessed with heavy deposits of 44 known types of solid minerals of varying mixes and proven quantities.

The domestic mining industry is still under developed currently accounting for only 0.5 percent of Nigeria’s GDP. Solid minerals and processing is still very virgin in Nigeria giving investors who step in now a whole lot of advantage.


Power & Renewable Energy

Power & Renewable Energy

With a population of over 200 million people, an estimated 55 percent of Nigeria’s population has no access to grid-connected electricity. Investment in power & Renewable energy sources is definitely a quick plug in for Investors given the population growth rate of 2.7 percent per annum, the demand for power in Nigeria can only be expected to rise


Manufacturing

Manufacturing

The Manufacturing sector is considered to be an ideal industry to drive Nigeria’s development due to the labor-intensive, export-focused nature of the business. Manufacturing activity in Nigeria, Egypt, South Africa and Morocco account for two-thirds of the continent’s factory activity in nominal US dollar term. Manufacturing presents a U$10.29 billion opportunity in import substitution. With over 200 million people of whom over 40 million are in the growing middle class, Nigeria represents a major potential opportunity for investments in this sector


Agriculture & Agribusiness

Agriculture & Agribusiness

Nigeria has over 84 million hectares of arable land, of which only 40% is cultivated; 230 billion cubic meters of water; abundant and reliable rainfall in over two thirds of its territory, the country has some of the richest natural resources for agricultural production in the world. Nigeria has a long-standing agricultural tradition, and is well known for its abundant fertile lands and perfect weather conditions for a variety of crops. Nigeria is the world’s largest producer of Cassava and cocoa with an output of 235,000 metric tonnes per season. Nigeria experiences lots of wastes in a large number of its agricultural produce due to lack of adequate processing facilities. Investment in value addition through agriculture processing will be both beneficial to the local farmers and at Investors at large.

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