Energy Works Technology hits another milestone in fabrication technology

Energy Works Technology hits another milestone in fabrication technology
—January 2017

HRH. Brigadier General (rtd) Bright Ateke Fibionumama, Anany Anabo 1 of Abuloma Kingdom; Dr .Ernest Azudialu-Obiejesi, GMD, Obijackson Group; Engr. Simbi Wabote, Executive Secretary, Nigerian Content Development and Monitoring Board (NCDMB); Guido D'Aloisio, MD, SAIPEM and Gabriel Oramasionwu, GCCO, Energy Works Technology (EWT) during the load-out and sail-away ceremony of OLT Buoy Mooring Piles fabricated by Energy Works Technology (EWT), a subsidiary of the Obijackson Group, for the Tupni-Egina Project, at the Nestoil Industrial Area, Abuloma, Port Harcourt on Tuesday, January 17, 2017

Nigeria’s leading fabricator and manufacturer of Pressure Vessels, Process Plant Equipment and Steel Structures, Energy Works Technology Ltd (EWT), a member of the Obijackson Group, has attained another milestone with the successful fabrication and delivery of nine OLT BOUY Anchor Mooring Piles, each measuring 5m OD x 24m High x 40mm Wall Thickness and weighing 141 tons to Saipem Contracting Nigeria Limited for the EGINA UFR Project in Port Harcourt. 

 The Nine OLT Buoy Anchor Mooring Piles  

 

The nine OLT Buoy Anchor Mooring Piles were loaded out for delivery via a sail-away process today as a component of the contract awarded to EWT in 2013 by Saipem Contracting Nigeria Limited. With the successful execution of this project, EWT has again demonstrated outstanding technical competence and resourcefulness in delivering a range of highly complex fabrication works and projects for clients.

Coming on the back of its recent construction and delivery of LP Flare Knock-Out Drum (Flare KOD) of Diameter 6.0m x 25.0m Tan/Tan x 182 Tons to Samsung Egina FPSO project, which was described as one of the heaviest types fabricated locally, produced to specification that will remove liquid droplets carried over with gas relief sent to the flare, the company has affirmed its position as the industry leader in steel fabrication and pressure vessel manufacturing in sub-Saharan Africa.     

 

Over the years, Energy Works Technology has acquired a reputation as the symbol of indigenous expertise in the Nigerian Oil and Gas industry through its series of groundbreaking innovations. The company’s successful execution of the Soku NAG 90mm Thick Clad Separator Vessel for Shell Petroleum Development Company (SPDC) in 2015 was a clear testament about the maturity of indigenous players in the Oil and Gas sector and an overwhelming testimony about their capacity to execute and deliver best-in-class projects.

 

A safety-focused organization, EWT on execution of its industry-defining projects maintains and adheres to the highest safety standards which guarantees the safety of its employees and other stakeholders. For in executing the LP Flare Knock-Out Drum (Flare KOD) of Diameter 6.0m x 25.0m Tan/Tan x 182 Tons  for the Samsung Egina FPSO, the company achieved total man-hours of One Hundred and Thirty two Thousand, Nine Hundred and Forty Nine with no Lost -Time Injury (LTI),  but One Safety stand down.

 

EWT is UKAS and ANAB ISO 9001:2008 certified and is ASME U, U2, P, SS, R stamps authorized.  The company is an ISO certified Pressure Vessels, Process Plant Equipment manufacturer which guarantees services that meet international standard, codes and specification.  More importantly, its membership of the Obijackson Group, a highly diversified conglomerate with vast investments in Oil and Gas Exploration and Production, Pipeline Construction; Pressure Vessel Fabrication, Power Generation, Dredging and Marine Logistics, Aviation, Dry-Docking, Horizontal Directional Drilling (HDD), Civil and Infrastructural Construction, Real Estate and Telecommunication, provides the company with access to quality technical support and first-rate innovation.