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Pictures of the 3rd Nigerian Dredging Summit held at Rockview Hotel Royale,

Abuja Nigeria,

September 16 & 17, 2009.

 

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Editorial

The Changing Dredging Scene

With the current Operation Sandy being tested by the Lagos State Ministry of Waterfront Infrastructure Development in the Ikorodu axis in Lagos, there is surely going to emerge new realities for dredging in the state.

Without doubt, Lagos may be the place with the highest sand need in Nigeria, if not in Africa, today; especially with the development of the World Bank-financed Lagos Mega City project, the Eko Atlantic City and innumerable residential and industrial estates, the proposed Eko Energy City, new roads, airports and seaports cropping up at the vast Lekki peninsula, in Badagry and practically every conceivable p09localmaritimeart of the Lagos metropolis and suburban areas. Read More...

Other Articles & Interviews

Otunba K Folarin: The Collapse of Nig. shipping lines.

P.L. Carrodano: How govt can revive Nig. shipping lines.

Sam Epia: The struggles of Nig shipping lines with cargo reservation scheme.

Jeff Gibb: Intricacies of the equipment market in Nigeria.

Environmental Quality Monitoring.

Environment: "How many choppers has DPR got?" - Chief Ogunsiji.

Dredging the Niger Delta: Interview of Ben Efekarurhobo
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Role of Surveying in the Dredging Industry

G.B Liman: Of Myth, Reality and Resource Control

Dredging Law: A judgment on the ownership of a sand dredging site by the Court of Appeal.

Dredging Law:
a. Lagos State Attorney General Interpretes state law on sand dredging and stockpile.

b. NIWA public notice on Lagos State intervention in inland waterways regulation.

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