Amarinth, a leading company specialising in the design, application and manufacture of centrifugal pumps and associated equipment to the Oil & Gas, has a strategic partnership with Tsavo.
Amarinth who also specializes in associated equipment to petrochemical, LNG, chemical, industrial, power and desalination markets, said the partnership underlined its expansion in Africa.
The company recently announced a strategic partnership with Tsavo Oilfield Services to provide centrifugal pumps and associated equipment to the Eastern Africa market.
Tsavo Oilfield Services is a premier energy consultancy serving the Oil & Gas, Geothermal and Mining sectors within the Eastern African region. With its head office in Nairobi, Kenya, Tsavo delivers drilling projects in Kenya, Uganda, Tanzania, Mozambique, and Ethiopia.
The strategic partnership will see Amarinth providing its proven range of API 610 and other centrifugal pumps and associated equipment into world class Oil & Gas onshore and offshore projects, as well as renewable (Geothermal) and Mining projects, that Tsavo is delivering across the region.
Tsavo’s strong reputation in the East Africa energy sector and vast knowledge of the market, coupled with Amarinth’s world-renown bespoke centrifugal pumps, brings a winning proposition of strong technology, manufacturing, and local content initiatives
This partnership comes at an exciting time in the region with significant projects already underway, which include, Tilenga Field Development Project, Uganda, East Africa Crude Oil Pipeline from Hoima, Uganda to Tanga, Tanzania (due to be the longest heated pipeline in the world).
Others include Kingfisher Field Development Project, Uganda, Lokichar Development Project, Kenya; Tanzania LNG Onshore Project (with proven reserves of 57 trillion cubic feet of gas).
The Mozambique LNG Project (Area 1, deep-water Rovuma Basin) and the onshore LNG facility (Africa’s biggest investment); The Rovuma LNG Project (Area 4, deep-water), Mozambique; Geothermal drilling and power generation projects; Kenya and Ethiopia (these projects constitute the largest of their kind in Africa).
Itai Choto, Amarinth Sales Manager for the Africa Territory, commented: “We are delighted to announce this strategic partnership with Tsavo Oilfield Services which underlines Amarinth’s recent decision to invest further in the Africa Territory.
“We have seen a strong growth in demand for our products and working in partnership with Tsavo will enable us to deliver both our products and even better localised support into the many challenging projects being undertaken in the Eastern Africa region.”
By Peace Obi