Brogya Resources Limited, an indigenous oil and gas company has signed a memorandum of understanding (MoU) with the renowned Australian consultancy firm Owners Team International (OTI) Pty Limited.
This partnership is to strengthen their capacities to deliver tailored solutions for existing and prospective clients in the mining and upstream oil and Gas industries.
Brogya Resources is a wholly Ghanaian entity established under the Laws of the Republic of Ghana, Companies Code 1963, in 2015.
The Company is also duly licensed by the Ghana Petroleum Commission, under the Petroleum Commission Act 2011(Act 821), to provide upstream/downstream Oil and Gas services.
Brogya Resources has a reputation for providing Safe, Innovative and Sustainable Solutions to Mining and Oil and Gas production challenges.
They are a leading provider of Operations and Maintenance, Civil and Mechanical Engineering, Construction, Rehabilitation, Fabrication Works, procurement and equipment supplies, Haulage and Logistics services.
The Company has demonstrated strong commitment and strives to partner with its clients to collaboratively develop solutions that are safe, sustainable and competitive in an ever-evolving and challenging the extractive industry.
Speaking about the agreement, CEO of Brogya Resources, Carl Brogya-Sarpong, lauded OTI’s experience and accomplishments and what their partnership means to Brogya Resources Limited.
“At Brogya Resources, we believe our meteoric rise in the mining and oil and gas industries has been as a result of our boldness in venturing into difficult terrains and that has been possible due to the strategic alliances we have forged with like-minded entities. That is why we are so proud with this new chapter with OTI, an organization that brings a lot of traction in that direction,” he said.
Owners Team International (OTI) is a Project Management Consultancy (PMC) providing solutions, systems and resources for project management, study management and construction and support services across the mining, energy, power and infrastructure industries.
Tony Weeks, Managing Director of OTI
Their key areas of expertise include, but not limited to, Study Management, Project Management, Engineering Management, Project Support Service, Construction and Commissioning.
OTI prides itself on providing effective systems and process solutions alongside highly skilled, highly experienced people, who seamlessly fit in, to deliver projects at any stage of the project lifecycle.
As a PMC they are uniquely proficient in the Engineering, Procurement and Construction (EPC) model.
From their vast experience and deep knowledge of this area, they have the processes, systems, and contracts to manage and engage an EPC contractor and can offer the in-house capability to cost-effectively manage EPC projects.
Whatever your planning and resource needs, through the project phases of inception, planning implementation, control and closeout, you can be assured that their people will own the project, own the safety and own the team, so you can deliver your projects on time and on budget.
Tony Weeks, Managing Director of OTI, echoed the sentiments of Mr Brogya-Sarpong.
“OTI is very pleased to form this strategic alliance with Brogya Resources. Brogya Resources has an unwavering commitment to excellence, a passion which OTI shares.
“Brogya Resources depth and breadth of experience is truly impressive. OTI look forward to bringing our unique brand of Ghanaian and international experience to the table and participating in this next chapter of Broyga Resources growth as the service provider of choice.”
Both entities are convinced this new partnership will bring a different paradigm in their respective scopes of work and energize the dynamism of support service delivery into the mining and oil and gas industries in Ghana and across the West African sub-region.
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