Fortress Sellyfak has joined the list of local engineering service companies, poised to take advantage of the growing upstream hydrocarbon industry in Ghana.
The country is on course of producing in excess of 200,000Barrels of Oil Per day in 2019, with close to 200Million standard cubic feet of gas per day, three times the import of gas from Nigeria.
These fluids are produced from Tullow Oil operated Jubilee field, Greater Jubilee and TEN cluster of fields as well as the ENI operated Sankofa-GyeNyamme fields,
“Fortress-Sellyfak is a joint venture company specialized in Asset Integrity Maintenance, Fabrication & Manufacturing and Equipment Rental in the Ghana Oil & Gas market”, the company says on its website. “Our cutting-edge technologies, inspiring workplace and ‘’can do’’ attitude endear our clients and attract the industry’s leading innovators”, it adds.
Ghana has witnessed three FPSOs commissioned on the three producing properties the 11 years since the first major oil discovery was made. A fourth FPSO is expected to be installed between 2022 and 2023 when Aker Energy commissions the Pecan Field.
Field optimisation, asset maintenance and field development opportunities make Ghana a very attractive place for this new company.