Ocean Marine reiterates commitment towards securing, retrofitting of OML 40 facility

Ocean Marine Solutions Limited, OMS, has reiterated its commitment towards effective securing and retrofitting of


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Ocean Marine reiterates commitment towards securing, retrofitting of OML 40 facility
Officials of Ocean Marine Solutions, OMS fixing the pipeline

Ocean Marine Solutions Limited, OMS, has reiterated its commitment towards effective securing and retrofitting of Oil Mining Lease 40, OML 40 facility from Opuama to Otumara in Delta State.

 

OMS’ Media Consultant, Mr.  Omoruyi Akpata said in a statement made available to Our Energy Correspondent, National, Wednesday September 11 that the company has delivered on the new challenge of securing OML 40, adding that the company will continue to do its best to engage communities in dialogue and provide continuous enlightenment campaign to the communities.

 

A pipeline which suffered infraction

 

Akpata said this, would curb those perpetuating such act in the communities to stop the nefarious acts of vandalism, infractions, crude oil theft and illegal refineries– as it is neither  beneficial to the health and environment of the communities.

 

According to the company, "in bleeds, the Nigerian economy is deprived of its life blood- the dollar oxygen. OMS is no doubt a trusted partner of NNPC and also in the service of the Nigeria Nation. When one considers the enormous investments involved in crude oil prospecting exploration, extraction and evacuation by NPDC and the international oil majors in Nigeria and the Import of oil and gas sales to the Nigerian economy and the ever need to keep that energy source flowing and in apropos, the activities of oil pipe lines vandals who infract the oil pipelines and extract it for their illegal refineries in the creeks. We must then give kudos to 

Ocean Marine Solutions, OMS, who have had a singular reputation since 2015 for coming to the rescue of NNPC and its Pipelines and Products Marketing Company division who when daily barrels production dipped from a high of 2.2 million barrels a day to 1.2 million, with its attendant negative effect on the overall health of the Nigerian Economy."

 

The company said that in December 2018, a letter of comfort was issue to OMS by NNPC for the maintenance, restoration and provision of security services B from Bonny to Port-Harcourt, also on the Escravos to Warri Pipeline segments on just a proof of concept basis.



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Yunus Yusuf
Energy Correspondent, National
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