Richard Ginika Izuora
OEG Offshore has expressed its desire to expand and support offshore and construction in Nigeria which has vast mineral and crude oil deposits.
The company has sustainably supported offshore exploration and construction in Africa for more than 15 years via established partnerships and more recently with the commitment to permanent subsidiaries in the Republic of Congo and Senegal.
The expanded network allows OEG to support key customers locally with a full range of offshore certified cargo carrying units (CCUs) in the African Atlantic littoral as well as deliver extended services such as recertification, maintenance and repairs.
This investment is part of the OEG ongoing strategy to offer immediate local access to high-quality, certified and safe CCUs in support of offshore operations.
OEG has secured long-term rental contracts including the supply of an additional 200 standard DNV 2.7-1 cargo carrying units as part of an ongoing rental contract for the Greater Tortue Ahmeyim gas field on the maritime border of Mauritania and Senegal.
Other rental contracts include a long-term contract for the supply of containers and baskets for the Sangomar oil field, with the final tranche of 70 units mobilized in June 2022 in anticipation of the arrival of the Ocean Blackhawk drillship.
OEG will also provide several different offshore CCU types to support operations at the Agogo deepwater oil and gas field in Block 15/06 offshore Angola.
Companies have access to OEG’s full range of container solutions from bases in Nigeria, Angola, Congo, Gabon, Ghana and Senegal.