San Donato Milanese (Milan), April 01, 2015 – Saipem has gone into a Joint Venture with Dangote Group, one of Africa’s driving organizations, to make another organization named Saipem Dangote E&C.
Saipem Dangote E&C is a huge new player in the Nigerian and Central/West African market, with high specialized and monetary capacities. It expects to secure complex Engineering and Construction extends and guarantee an acknowledgment limit concentrated on proficiency, as far as expenses and timing, and adaptability, keeping in mind the end goal to react to various requirements identified with particular ventures, to neighborhood content and to the Country’s specific situation.
Saipem and Dangote Group have a reputation of effective coordinated effort, drawing on the qualities and abilities of the two Companies.
The new JV will profit by Dangote’s money related quality, ability and remaining in the sub– Saharan African market, where it has propelled a huge oil and gas speculation program, supplemented by Saipem’s one of a kind capacities in E&C, to grow new business. This new organization affirms the common duty of the two gatherings to both the Nigerian market and sub-Saharan Africa all the more generally.
Saipem has been leading activities in Nigeria for more than 50 years. Saipem Contracting Nigeria Ltd works chiefly as an Engineering, Procurement and Construction (EPC) contractual worker for the execution of turn-key activities including oil, gas and water pipelines, oil, gas and mechanical plants, frameworks, creation of seaward structures and upkeep administrations. .
Saipem works in the Engineering and Construction and Drilling organizations, with a solid inclination towards oil and gas-related exercises in remote territories and profound waters. Saipem is a pioneer in the arrangement of building, obtainment, venture administration and development administrations with particular abilities in the plan and execution of vast scale seaward and inland tasks, and innovative capabilities, for example, gas adaptation and overwhelming oil abuse.