As part of a plan for sustained growth Samphire Subsea is working with Scottish Development International (SDI) and United Kingdom Trade and Investment (UKTI) in support of international market engagement.
To engage, establish and develop strategic business relationship, Samphire is attending the 16th Annual Nigeria Oil & Gas Conference & Exhibition in Abuja between 13 -16 June 2016. The conference which is honoured to host the President of the Federal Republic of Nigeria H.E. Muhammadu Buhari and other government representatives from the Ministry of Petroleum Resources, NNPC, policy makers, operating oil companies and international and indigenous service companies presents a great networking opportunity.
Samphire Subsea Ltd is an engineering services company based in Aberdeen- UK, the oil city of Europe. Samphire has vision to becoming a market leader in the subsea industry. Samphire is looking to harness the increasing business opportunities at home and abroad.
The engineering consultancy offers oil and gas operators proven low cost solutions to maximise performance from aging assets, with expertise in operations, efficiency, production management, security and regulatory guidance across subsea assets. Whilst in Nigeria, Samphire will be assessing the local market and engaging with indigenous clients and potential local partners.
Seminar contents such as ‘outlining the next phase for re-energising Nigerian content initiatives in today’s business environment’ makes Paul Soutar, Managing Director of the engineering consultancy, confident his company can contribute to the market. In his words:
“There is great potential in engaging with indigenous oil and gas operators and supply chain companies in Nigeria. We can help them improve through our experience and knowledge that we have gained working in the UK North Sea over the last 3 decades. We are also convinced that no matter the difference in culture, we all share the desire to learn and develop as individuals. Samphire Subsea is very keen to assist in this evolution in Nigeria in the best way we know how.”