National Oil Spill Contingency Plans

A National Oil Spill Contingency Plan (NOSCP) is a key document that provides guidance on how to respond to an oil spill in the case of an incident.

Regional overview:

National status:

AngolaAngolaPlan developed and approved 
BeninBeninPlan developed and approved (Fr)
Cabo VerdeCabo VerdePlan developed
CameroonCameroonPlan developed and approved 
CongoCongoPlan developed and approved (Fr)
Côte d'IvoireCôte d'IvoirePlan developed and approved (Fr)
Democratic Republic of CongoDemocratic Republic of CongoPlan developed (Fr)
Equatorial GuineaEquatorial GuineaPlan in progress
GabonGabonPlan developed and approved (Fr)
GhanaGhanaPlan developed and approved 
GuineaGuineaPlan developed
Guinea-BissauGuinea-BissauPlan in progress
LiberiaLiberiaPlan in progress
MauritaniaMauritaniaPlan developed and approved (Fr)
NamibiaNamibiaPlan developed and approved 
NigeriaNigeriaPlan developed and approved 
Sao Tome and PrincipeSao Tome and PrincipePlan in progress
SenegalSenegalPlan developed and approved (Fr)
Sierra LeoneSierra LeonePlan in progress 
South AfricaSouth AfricaPlan developed and approved 
The GambiaThe GambiaPlan developed 
TogoTogoPlan developed (Fr)