Welcome to Century Group
We are an active energy infrastructure investment de-risking firm focused on the delivery of bespoke operations and asset development solutions, adaptive technology across our venture to ensure we remain at the frontline of the evolving energy mix and supply.
We are the first domestic energy infrastructure provider to fully own & manage two FPSOs (Tamara Tokoni and Tamara Nanaye). At present, we have within our operational portfolio three Floating Production Storage Offloading Units (FPSOs), four flow-stations, one MOPU, and one FSO which we operate on behalf of various clients in Nigeria.
The spectrum of our expertise is quite broad which is attributable to our commitment to energy security. Besides the provision of energy infrastructure, we also provide ancillary services which include but are not limited to Operations & Maintenance services, well intervention solutions, general energy asset development, and production services. In addition to our infrastructure supply and support operations, we provide comprehensive re-entry support services for moribund energy assets, as well as infrastructure management for both upstream production assets and midstream production facilities (wellheads, flow stations, pipelines, terminals, storage facilities, processing plants, LNG/LPG Vessels etc.).
Through the years we have developed our capacity and risk appetite to take on responsibilities that have contributed immensely to our experience profile in diverse segments of the energy market.
“ Since 2002, CG has indirectly participated in about 50 valuable and impactful energy projects worth over US$ 10 Billion. Oil installations, equipment, and other assets under our management is estimated at over $ 1 Billion. Cumulative, we contribute to a daily production of about 200,000 bpd from all our operated locations. ”
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