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Westfield Takes Expansion Drive to Ghana
Westfield Takes Expansion Drive to Ghana
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Westfield Takes Expansion Drive to Ghana

Westfield Takes Expansion Drive to Ghana

In its bid to be the leading provider of integrated energy solutions in Africa, Westfield Group, the owners of Westfield Energy Resources Limited, Transcore Geoscience Limited and Westfield Subsea Limited have taken their operations to Ghana with the unveiling of Westfield Offshore Ghana Limited (WOGL). It is located at Plot 24, Airport West, Asafoatse Afua Street, Accra, Ghana.

WOGL was formed with a core mandate to provide diverse oilfield service offerings to the expanding oil and gas industry in Ghana.   The company focuses on opportunities within the upstream oil and gas sector with activities such as seismic acquisition, seismic data processing, seismic data interpretation, reservoir characterisation, engineering, procurement, construction, installation, commissioning and other pertinent solutions.

Like its parent company and other subsidiaries, WOGL has been positioned for outstanding performance, predicated on its core values of Safety, Teamwork, Professionalism, Diversity and Technology.

Mr. Henry Okolie-Aboh said “our strategy is largely premised on our customer-focused organisational culture, an in-depth understanding of client needs and strong business experience within the oil and gas industry. The company’s operational plan, marketing strategy and financial plan is carefully structured to ensure profitability, business continuity and regulatory compliance.” 

“We plan to provide products and services to all major projects in Ghana by leveraging our expertise, strategic office locations and broad industry network of relationships. We also intend to make sustainable profits through strategic sourcing and by optimising operational costs/expenses.” added Mr. Okolie-Aboh.

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