Penspen has recently signed a strategic alliance agreement with Nigerian engineering firm Crestech. Under the partnership, the companies will provide engineering, project management and asset integrity services, and operation and maintenance services for oil, gas and energy assets in Nigeria.
Penspen has been active in Sub-Saharan Africa since 1972 and carried out a number of strategic projects in Nigeria. Projects include Escravos – Lagos gas transmission system and Nigeria’s national petroleum product pipelines. The company has recently been working on several regional projects, such as the West Africa gas system project for ECOWAS.
Crestech currently offers engineering and project management services to oil and gas companies across Nigeria and West Africa. Its Managing Director, Peter Tabiowo, commented: “Crestech is delighted with this joint alliance with Penspen to further enhance and consolidate our expertise in the network of crude oil, multi-products, gas pipeline, depots/terminals as well as the onshore, offshore and deep water platforms in the Nigerian oil and gas industry.”
Penspen’s Vice President for Europe and Africa, Neale Carter, said: “We are very pleased to be joining forces with Crestech to bring new opportunities to the Nigerian market. We see this alliance as the ideal way to further build on our presence in Nigeria.
The skill sets of the companies are very complimentary. While Penspen can offer services across an entire project lifecycle – from engineering design to asset management and integrity, Crestech offers local market knowledge and experience.
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