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The aim of the Limbe Shipyard Project is the construction of Infrastructures for the Repair of Petroleum Platforms in Limbe.


  • AfDB - ;
  • IDB - ;
  • BADEA - ;
  • FMO / BERT - ;
  • ING Bank - ;
  • BDEAC - ;
  • OFID - ;
  • CNIC -


The objectives of the Limbe Shipyard Project are:

  • Provide the Cameroon Shipyard (CNIC) with an adequate industrial infrastructure for the rehabilitation and repair of oil rigs;
  • To increase the contributions of the industrial sector in Cameroon's GDP;
  • To provide a platform which can facilitate CNIC’s emergency as a leading shipbuilding, ship repair and oil platforms rehabilitation industry in the Gulf of Guinea;


Phase-1, which started in 2005, including four components grouped into an industrial component (45 ha surface area on land and more than 50 ha at sea made available by the Cameroonian Government) and an environmental and social component.


Studies and recognition of the site

  • Lot 1: Construction of a 700 m long breakwater;
  • Lot 2: Construction of a multipurpose quay of 400 m long at 12m depth;
  • Lot 3: Hydraulic dredging and embankments;
    Lot 3a: Servicing areas of related activities;
    Lot 3b: Mooring and access to the dock;
    Lot 3c: Maritime signalling;
  • Lot 4: Construction of the various buildings, earthworks, utility buildings and utilities;
  • Lot 5: Acquisition of cranes, machine tools;
  • Lot 6: Acquisition of a floating dock with high lifting capacity;

Protection of the environment;

CNIC Capacity Building: Training of staff, construction and equipment of a training centre.


  • Acquisition of land
  • Development / servicing of a housing site for CNIC staff in Limbe;
  • Construction of 2500 dwellings not yet realized;
  • The resettlement and compensation of the people living near the industrial site and the development of this resettlement site.


At the present stage, the site covering a parcel of land of 45 ha, granted to CNIC by the State of Cameroon in 2003.

The project includes an industrial component and a social component.

The Phase I Industrial Component includes marine, terrestrial, land and floating components, capacity building and project management. It comes in the following way:

  • Lot 1: Construction of the 700 m long breakwater: May 2007;
  • Lot 2: Construction of a 400m long multi-purpose quay at 12m depth: All the work was completed and received on October 30th, 2014, in a space having a length of 320m;
  • Lot 3: Dredging and Hydraulic Embankments: The dredging and dereliction work  with a 12m dimension was completed in February 2006.
  • Lot 4: Construction of various Buildings, Earthwork, VRD, Landscaping and Utilities:
    Lot 4a (Earthworks, VRD and Landscaping):Detailed Design Review (ODA): ODA is approved and sent to IDB via MINEPAT.
    Lot 4b: the works of the administrative buildings, Workshops and QHSE were completed and received since June 2014.
    Lot 4c: (Utility Networks):ODA approved and forwarded to IDB via MINEPAT.
  • Lot 5: Acquisition of mobile cranes, machine tools and workshop equipment: The equipment acquisition process is underway.
  • Lot 6: Acquisition of a large capacity dock: The Financial Study is approved and forwarded to the IDB
  • Environmental protection: a very important aspect taken into account in all phases of project implementation.

    An environmental action plan was developed following the recommendations of the AfDB expert.

    A weekly follow-up of the implementation of AfDB recommendations is conducted.

    A Request for No Objection to the AfDB for the Limbe environmental audit firm by CNIC was forwarded to the AfDB.

    A Request for No Objection for the completion of a Marine Environmental Impact Assessment at the African Development Bank.