Firm renews commitment to oil, gas sector with offerings
TREXM Oil & Gas Services Nigeria Limited, an oil and gas services project delivery company, has unveiled its Flare Care Programme, an initiative launched in partnership with Baker Hughes General Electric (BHGE), to help customers control flare efficiency using an advanced process control algorithm.
According to the firm, the move is In line with its commitment to providing top of the range project delivery services in the Nigerian energy sector.
The firm explained that the recently concluded Nigeria Oil & Gas Conference and Exhibition, offered an opportunity to engage guests on its Flare Care initiative.
Commenting on the exhibition, CEO TREXM Oil and Gas Services Limited, Bolutife Odusanya, reiterated that TREXM remains committed to delivering innovative, sustainable and cost-effective solutions to the satisfaction of their clients in the oil & gas, manufacturing, telecommunications and power industries.
He said: “We are proud to be a part of this admirable initiative targeted at prompting the growth of the Nigerian Oil & Gas industry. This is our first time exhibiting at the Nigeria Oil & Gas Conference and Exhibition, and we are delighted to partner with the organisers of the conference and exhibitions to showcase our products and services to conference attendees and visitors.”
“It is noteworthy that TREXM has remained consistent in providing exceptional services, using creative solution driven by professionalism, safety, ethical standards and integrity.
“With our team of highly trained professional and robust offerings, it is our vision to be a world class energy service company and our client’s global and locally trusted partner,” he added.
In a bid to offer the best products and services to clients, TREXM has over the years, entered into strategic partnerships with several world class service delivery companies and original equipment makers (OEMs) most recently partnering up with Baker Hughes General Electric (BHGE), which saw the launch of the innovative Flare Care Programme in 2018.
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