WTS Energy has now increased its presence in Africa, with a new office in Mozambique.
The boom in natural gas production in this part of the continent has demanded further investment from WTS Energy in Africa. With existing offices in Nigeria, Gabon and Equatorial Guinea, the new establishment in Mozambique will increase its presence in this part of the world. The presence of companies like Shell, Anadarko, PTTEP, ENI and others in Mozambique indicates a tremendous opportunity for development.
Frederik Rengers, CEO of WTS Energy says, “Mozambique is rich in natural gas resource and this has spontaneously enticed the big players in the oil and gas market to develop projects here. Consequently, the higher demand for technical expertise. Our core strength is access to a global skill pool of petroleum, drilling and construction engineers and we also have a strong record of placing people in hard-ship regions.”
The Company also added that it is expanding its wings further by setting up a new office location in Belgrade, the capital city of Serbia.
“With investments on many oil and gas exploration, refinery and pipeline projects by Gazprom and other companies, Serbia is certainly a promising land for manpower supply business. There is a potential of Serbia becoming a huge Energy Hub for Central Europe, which will create a massive demand for specialized oil and gas engineers,” says Frederik Rengers.
May 05, 2014