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Eunisell promotes innovations at 19th Offshore West Africa Conference

Africa’s leading fluid solutions company, Eunisell, joined other major oil and gas companies in showcasing some of its products and services at the 19th Annual Offshore West Africa Conference (OWA), recently held Lagos.

From left: Business Development Manager – Africa, Clariant Oil Services, Mr. Justin Gray; Marketing Communications Manager, Eunisell, Mr. Kunmi Balogun and Country Manager– Nigeria, Clariant Oil Services, Mr. Solomon Otakoro at the 19th Offshore West Africa Conference and Exhibition on 22nd January in Lagos.

The 3-day conference and exhibition along with Clariant oil services, one of its international partners was an exhibition of some of the most innovative technologies and ground-breaking fluid solutions within the offshore exploration and production industry.

Speaking at the exhibition, Group Managing Director, Eunisell, Mr. Chika Ikenga noted that the presence of his organization at the event is primarily to show some of Eunisell’s innovative products and services to participants and companies that require such services.

He furthers: “The oil and gas industry is constantly evolving and cutting-edge technologies and fluid solutions are being developed regularly. Companies in the servicing industry must also keep up with these changes to stay up to date. This is why we are here, to exhibit some of our innovative offerings and exchange ideas”

Also commenting, Country Manager, Clariant, Mr. Solomon Otakoro explained that he was particularly impressed by the number of participants and exhibitors at the 2015 conference and exhibition.

“This is the second time we are participating in the annual conference and the quality of technologies and new innovations in the industry which we have showcased here is unequalled”

Other companies present at the conference were local and IOCs including Shell, Total, OandO and others.

The exhibition, Offshore West Africa, the region’s premier technical forum focused exclusively on West Africa’s offshore oil and gas industry.




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