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We understand that to become an active strategic partner for any company management, we have to create value by implementation strategic insights, and be able to help assess new business opportunities. Our goal is to establish a relationship of trust, transparency and genuine partnership to ensure total alignment of interest and strong performance incentives.
Established in 1990, as a family business, Intership has been at the heart of the Offshore Accommodation Market in the Persian Gulf, Gulf of Mexico, South East Asia and West Africa for the last 25 years.
Ocean Installer is a Norwegian subsea entrepreneur headquartered in Stavanger with offices in Aberdeen, Houston, Mexico City, Perth, Dubai and Rio de Janeiro. We provide the full range of subsea services and hold strong EPCI (Engineering, Procurement, Construction, Installation) expertise within the SURF (Subsea structures, Umbilicals, Risers, Flowlines) segment.
We provide a broad suite of Integrated Services to meet the offshore development needs of our clients.
We own and operate one of the largest and most diversified marine and vessel fleets on the Continent, and specialize in providing Surface Air, Mixed Gas, and Saturation Diving solutions.
Zomay Marine and Logistics (Ghana)
An Accra-based company which provides quality Dredging, Construction, Marine and Logistics services to the Oil and Gas Exploration and Production companies, and various organizations in Ghana.
We provide customized concept to commissioning services for Oil & Gas production and processing facilities, both off & on-shore. Our complete support service includes Process Engineering, Mechanical Engineering, Electrical & Instrumentation Engineering, Piping Engineering and Structural Engineering.
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