A leading global Oil & Gas refining company, Messrs Marie Tecnimont Group has pledged to support Nigeria to unlockgreater values by processing its natural resources and develop circular economy for the first time in its history. This is coming on the heels of the recent signing of an agreement with African Refinery Port Harcourt Limited (ARPHL) for the construction of 100,000 barrels Refinery to be collocated in Port Harcourt.
The pronouncement was contained in a press statement released by the company’s Headquarters in Italy.
Chief Executive Officer, Alessandro Bernini, remarked “We are really honoured to support Nigeria both in unlocking greater values by processing its natural resources and in developing circular economy for the first time in the country’s history, as Biojet is one of the most effective solutions to reduce the carbon footprints of the global aviation industry.
Moreover, these new contracts confirm the strong geographical diversification of any backlog and the reliability of our technology driven value proposition”.
The press statement dated June 28, 2022 also announced that its subsidiaries, Tecnimont and Stamicarbon, have been awarded new contracts and other variations for licensing, engineering services and EPC activities by international clients in Europe, the Middle East, Far East and Nigeria.
Listed in the Milan Stock Exchange, Marie Tecnimont S.p.A is a global leader in the transformation of natural resources in plant engineering in downstream oil & gas, due to its technological and execution competencies. Through its subsidiaries, the Group operates in the field of green chemistry and the technologies to support the energy transition. The Marie Tecnimont Group operates in about 45 countries through approximately 50 operative companies and powered by a staff strength of about 9300.
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