OMA teams up with 3PL Energy

OMA Group has entered into a collaboration agreement with oil and gas supply chain specialist 3PL Energy, to strengthen its oil and gas capabilities in Senegal.

Effective April 1, 2018, Xavier Bouguet and Benjamin Hilly, who jointly established 3PL Energy, joined OMA Group as oil and gas operations manager, and oil and gas business development manager respectively.

Based in Europe and Senegal, they will focus on OMA business development opportunities and investment strategy in Senegal to support upcoming oil and gas projects and strengthen OMA's market position in the country.

Gerrit Van der Merwe, OMA Group managing director, said: "We are delighted to welcome Xavier and Benjamin and we believe the appointment of two dedicated and experienced oil and gas logisticians perfectly complements and strengthens our capabilities in this fast-growing sector in Senegal."

They join OMA with a wealth of experience in the energy industry having previously worked in operational logistics on some of the largest deep offshore development projects with Total in Nigeria and Angola, as well as with Maersk Oil in Angola.

3PL Energy aims at providing innovative operational approaches to facilitate smooth execution of logistics operations, says OMA Group.

Xavier Bouguet

Benjamin Hilly

www.3plenergy.net

www.omagroup.com

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