An indigenous oil service company, Ezion Geber Energy, has been appointed to officially represent Norwegian firm Connector Subsea Solutions (CSS) contracted to support current offshore projects in Nigeria.
Announcing the collaboration yesterday the Norwegian company said it contract with minimum three-year duration will help support current offshore Nigeria projects and enable growth across all pipeline repair product lines.
Connector Subsea Solutions chief executive officer, Ivar Hanson, said his company is excited about the Nigerian deal, and have secured what he described as “equally exciting partnership.”
“Nigeria is the largest oil and gas producer in Africa, and although we have secured and delivered some landmark projects for the major operators in this region, we are keen to ensure continued local expertise, communication and support, despite the challenges of COVID-19.
Ezion Gerber is the perfect partner for us in this regard,” Africa Oil Review quoted the CSS boss
Established in 2015 with its headquarters in Lagos, Ezion-Geber Energy offers engineering, procurement, construction and installation services that include oil and gas pipeline inspection, maintenance and repair.
The press agency noted that the Nigerian business has a strong focus and track record on safety, quality and a drive to ensure “Right First Time” operation, which is strongly aligned with Connector Subsea Solutions which specialises in providing reliable solutions to complex deepwater challenges.
By Chibisi Ohakah, Abuja