GE Commences Fabrication of Subsea Wellheads in Nigeria

It has taken GE four years of planning and over $4.5 million investment in facilities, recruitment and training to reach this new milestone - GE has announced that its facility in Onne, Rivers State, now has the capability to fabricate subsea wellheads in Nigeria for its Oil and Gas customers. More on GE in Africa.

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GE's Onne facility in River State now has the capability to fabricate subsea wellheads in Nigeria for the company's Oil and Gas customers. The Onne facility has been operating since 2002 and is the first and only quayside facility of its calibre in Nigeria, employing over 200 people. It has an exceptional safety record, and is a cornerstone in GE's commitment to the country's Oil and Gas industry.

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Nwagwu Uzochi, Chief Operating Officer of GE Oil and Gas.

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