The hydrocarbon industry’s new normal, imposed by lower for longer crude oil prices, has not diminished the stature of Oilserv limited, as Nigeria’s barometer of status of construction of grid-length pipelines and gas to power projects.
The most important of these facilities show up in its order books.
Which is why our annual interview with Emeka Okwuosa, chief executive of this enterprising Oil & Gas EPCIC (Pipelines & Facilities) Company, provides the state of play of construction of key E&P and Midstream projects in the country. But Oilserv has been looking at the wider African region and has shown interest.
Africa Oil+Gas Report’s Ejike Okeke Agulu started the interview with Okwuosa by asking him about the completion status of the 67km OB3 gas pipeline, with capacity to pump 2Billion standard cubic feet per day of natural gas from the gas prone eastern Niger Delta to the ready markets in the west of Nigeria. Excerpts; Click here for the full Interview….