Our partners are:


GL Noble Denton is the oil and gas business of Germanischer Lloyd (GL), headquartered in Hamburg, Germany and London, UK. The company is an independent technical advisor to industry operators across the world.

GL Noble Denton provides advice and services for upstream operations, such as onshore and offshore oil and gas exploration, production and delivery storage; midstream import, storage and processing; and downstream distribution.

GL Noble Denton provides services and software solutions to design, develop, operate, execute, and assure oil and gas industry assets across the world. The company employs more than 3,600 people, and operates in more than 80 countries.

GL Noble Denton’s technical experience covers fixed platforms, mobile offshore drilling units (MODU), floating production storage and offloading units (FPSOs), mobile offshore production units (MOPU), subsea and risers systems, offshore support vessels, tankers and shipping, onshore production, onshore and offshore pipelines, storage, import terminals, LNG facilities, refineries and petrochemical plants, transmission and distribution networks.

JOSDREP Energy Limited

JOSDREP is an indigenous company and a technical partner to Breeze Energy Limited. The two companies intent to provide Construction, Pipeline, Integrity Test, Calibration and Renewable Energy Services. Both companies have been contributing positively to the Oil and Gas and Power Sector in Nigeria. Collectively, our primary focus is to take up responsibilities in the Oil & Gas Sector worldwide.

American Crane Training, USA

(ACT) offers a full range of Safety Training Programs for all types of materials and personnel handling equipment, focused to the Operators, Supervisors and/or Maintenance Personnel.

Leaders Engineering, UK

Leaders offers but not limited to Project Management Services, Specialist Technical Manpower to cover Drilling, Well Engineering, Geological and Geophysical Services, Quality Assurance/Quality Control Inspectors, Technical Writers, Safety Engineers et al.