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Nobel Energy and Maurilog to jointly explore opportunities in Africa


Nobel Energy and Maurilog signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MOU) to jointly explore potential opportunities in the Mauritanian and Senegalese markets.

The agreement marks the beginning of a fruitful cooperation between the two parties, with a specific focus on assessment of new opportunities in the Mauritanian and Senegalese markets, in the oil field operations and equipment maintenance areas. The MoU considers a wide range of services, such as electrical motor and valve repair, pump and HVAC maintenance, Vendor Managed Inventory, MRO industrial and valve supply, electrical and instrumentation, fabrication, laser dimension and Installations, gas turbine, maintenance, engineering and project management.        

Vugar Samadli, Nobel Energy’s Chief Executive Officer said: “We have been in the oil and gas sector for more than 15 years, and supported the field operations and delivered equipment maintenance for strategic offshore and onshore assets of big energy companies like bp. We look forward to working with Maurilog to understand and jointly explore the potential opportunities in the Mauritanian and Senegalese markets, and we are pleased to have signed the MoU to optimize the both company’s efforts in this context.”

Mohamedou Abeih, Maurilog’s Executive Director said: “Maurilog has developed its experience in the Oil & Gas sector as a Logistic partner to International Oil Companies over the decade, we are now delighted to join Noble Energy in this exciting opportunity. Our local knowledge and experience will potentially enable Noble Energy’s expertise to be made available to the Oil & Gas operators in Mauritania and Senegal. We welcome our friends from Azerbaijan to Mauritania.”