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TGS starts 3D Seismic Survey in Gambito Offshore Gambia

Welaptega continue bid to Wpush its global presence especially in the areas of FPSO inspection and maintenance has taken the company to Nigeria shore. The company has recently completed mooring inspection projects for FPSOs owned Eni and ExxonMobil in Nigeria. Welaptega undertook inspection services on ENI’s Abo FPSO, on the western edge of the Niger Delta, at water depths of 550-1100 meters. It al so inspec ted moorings on ExxonMobil’s Usan FPSO in the Gulf of Guinea at depths of up to 850 meters. Welaptega has said that, with its chain measurement system technology, it can complete chain inspections up to 40% faster when compared to traditional methods. “By using optical systems to take three separate measurements, chain diameter measurements can be accessed from video footage instead of requiring equipment to physically grip the chain,” Welaptega said. Tyler de Gier, general manager at Welaptega, said: “Nigeria is currently the largest oil producer in Africa, and our technology is ideally placed to service assets and monitor corrosion caused by the warm Atlantic Ocean waters,” general manager Welaptega ,Tyler de Gier said. Welaptega, owned by Ashtead Technology, has recently entered into a s trategi c partner ship with engineering and training organization STAT-Marine Nigeria Ltd. “Our partnership with STAT-Marine will ensure reliable and on-time project delivery for clients in the region,” De Gier continued. In the same vein, Ronye Egborge, managing director of STAT- M arine Nigeria Ltd expres sed it s co m pany ‘ s technological innovations as key to this partnership. “Nigeria is currently the largest oil producer in Africa, and our technology is ideally placed to service assets and monitor corrosion caused by the warm Atlantic Ocean waters,” “STAT-Marine is known for excellence in subsea engineering and technical consultancy services,” Ronye Egborge said. “The partnership with Welaptega provides an opportunity for us to increase local expertise in underwater inspection of mooring systems and to grow our business in Nigeria. It is a winwin for both entities,” Ronye Egborge emphasized. TGS starts 3D Seismic Survey in Gambito Offshore Gambia Gambia Sylva had declared Year 2020 as the Year of Gas and NCDMB had bought into this declaration. He stated that the partnership with Shell Nigeria Gas will enable the provision of natural gas for power generation, feed stock, transportation, and for other industrial uses. He added that SNG’s project aligns with the Board’s our 10-year Roadmap which aims to increase the level of Nigerian Content in the oil and gas industry to 70 percent by 2027. The Executive Secretary also stated that the Board was delighted to partner with Shell Nigeria Gas (SNG) Limited because the company had been

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