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Energy Mix Report and The Nation Cover Kaztec Progress on Addax Platform

Energy Mix Report has published the article, "Kaztec makes progress on Addax's Antan platform, NNPC promises support for local content." Antan field is owned and operated by Sinopec Addax Petroleum Limited, and the work on the platform is being done at Kaztec Engineering's Snake Island fabrication yard in Lagos.  See photos here.  The Nation also reported on the story under the headline, "Kaztec advances work on Addax’s Antan platform, jacket." Work carried out by Kaztec Engineering Limited, a subsidiary of Chrome Group, has reached an advanced stage on the construction of the platform and jacket for oil production from Antan field, owned and operated by Sinopec Addax Petroleum Limited, at its Snake Island fabrication yard in Lagos, The Nation reports. Antan oil field is in water depth of about 40 metres and located in oil mining lease (OML) 123 holding ...


Construction Review: Kaztec Engineering completes phase one of Nigeria’s oil, gas project

The following story was orignally published by Construction Review on June 12, 2014. To view the original story, click here.  Kaztec Engineering completes phase one of Nigeria’s oil, gas project Jun 12, 2014 Kaztec Engineering, a subsidiary of Chrome Group, has completed phase one of its Engineering Procurement and Completion (EPC) integrated oil and gas project located on Snake Island in Lagos and plans to begin phase two in July. The project contains fabrication yard, oil and gas training centre, pipe mill, pipe coating, and a dry-dock base, as well as a power plant and will create job opportunities for Nigerians. Speaking at the Offshore Technology Conference in Houston, Texas recently, Chrome Group’s Head Communications and Business Development, Dr Edwin Ndukwe, confirmed that Kaztec is a 100 % indigenous Engineering, Procurement, Construction, Installation, Commission and Management Company (EPCICM), servicing all ...


The Herald: GMD NNPC visits KAZTEC fabrication yard, impressed by level of work

The following article, "GMD NNPC visits KAZTEC fabrication yard, impressed by level of work," written by Raheem Oluwafunminiyi, was oringally published in The Herald on October 14, 2014. GMD NNPC visits KAZTEC fabrication yard, impressed by level of work  Leading 100% indigenous Engineering, Procurement, Installation, Construction, and Management (EPIC-M) Company, KAZTEC received a delegation of leading oil and gas Chiefs to its fabrication yard at Snake Island over the week. Led by the Group Managing Director Nigerian National Petroleum Corporation, NNPC, Dr. Joseph Thlama Dawha and members National Petroleum Investment Management Services (NAPIMS), the scheduled visit came at a time when the fabrication yard, visited about three months back by the GMD, had witnessed rapid improvement in terms of the massive level of work done so far. Marc Robillard, KAZTEC’s Commercial Director, who welcomed the GMD NNPC delegation took them round ...


The Nation: Fabrication yard to begin operation in August

The following article was published by The Nation on June 4, 2013. To see the original article, please click here.  Fabrication Yard To Begin Operation In August June 04, 2013 The fabrication yard being constructed at the Snake Island in Lagos by Kaztec Engineering Limited, a leading oil service company and a subsidiary of the Chrome Group owned by business mogul, Sir Emeka Offor, will begin operation in August, it was learnt. The fabrication, which Kaztec is building with its technical partner, Addax Petroleum Limited when operational, will be fabricating jackets, topsides, and other equipment as well as develop a lot of talents in the process. A Director of the company, Mr Tochukwu Odukwe, who spoke to The Nation at the Kaztec’s stand during the offshore technology conference (OTC) in the United States, said the company showcased its capabilities at ...