“We are pleased to be awarded this work and the opportunity to collaborate with Petroci,” said Anthony Thia, Director of the West Africa region for Panafrican Energy Services.
“We have high skilled employees and talents for this project and signing this contract is a testimony to the high-quality service we previously delivered in Côte d'Ivoire,” concluded Guy Roger Ngatcha, Executive Director for Panafrican Energy Services.
“The oil and gas industry is going to continue to grow and see industry collaborations like these on a much higher scale. We need to encourage more African companies to take the lead in the development of the continent’s oil & gas industry.’’ said Executive Chairman of the African Energy Chamber, NJ Ayuk.
“If the continent can build on these projects and successfully maximise the Block CI-11 oil and gas field asset value using gaslift, Panafrican Energy stands at a better position at increasing Côte d’Ivoire’s local content structures and push for an enabling environment.’’ added Ayuk.
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