Texo Group company, Texo Compliance are delighted to announce the expansion of operations with the opening of their first office in Kampala. This will allow Texo Compliance the opportunity to tender for major contracts related not only to the upcoming East African Crude Oil Pipeline (EACOP) project but other Oil & Gas and Infrastructure related projects by having a presence on the ground.
Texo Compliance have committed to setting up in Uganda; seeing the country as a regional hub for Oil & Gas and Infrastructure training in East Africa. Texo Compliance is currently going through a recruitment process to employ a Business Development Manager to support their operations in Uganda and the region.
Jamie Murphy Operations Director said “We see the opening of this office and the recruitment of Ugandan personnel as a commitment to assisting with the creation of capacity in the Oil and Gas and Infrastructure sectors. With the vibrancy of the Ugandan economy and the future prospects identified as part of the EACOP project and other Oil and Gas and infrastructure contracts, we see a very clear need for the types of technical and skills training that Texo Compliance can deliver.”
Texo Compliance is working with other Texo Group members to utilise the skills, experience and knowledge being delivered in support of the Ugandan Oil and Gas Community.
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