Texo Group, the technology-led integrated engineering company, was delighted to host an Oil and Gas delegation from Mozambique.
The delegation and visit, organised by the DIT and SDI, coincided with the Subsea Expo 2019.
James Murphy, managing director, Texo Compliance said: “We were delighted to host this esteemed delegation from Mozambique. Texo was one of only four companies selected to showcase the very best of Aberdeen’s oil and gas supply chain solutions.”
James added: “Mozambique has announced a number of significant projects scheduled to commence soon and we certainly see East Africa as a strategically important region for us going forward. Texo Compliance was showcasing its local content programme ‘Texo Bridging the Gaps’ which has the capability to transfer knowledge and expertise from expatriates to local nationals in this emerging Energy Market supported by its training capability. All this is underpinned by Texo Compliance' innovative ‘Minerva’ Training and Competence Management System, which has been developed to specifically mange training and competence assurance processes in operational environments."
The delegation was welcomed to Texo House and presented with an insight into the Group’s unique technology-led integrated engineering solution for oil & gas operators and asset owners. This included a live drone demonstration and tour of the company’s Innovation Hub.