Inspecta Africa shines at the Oil and Gas Conference, emphasizes innovation in sector

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Inspecta Africa shines at the Oil and Gas Conference, emphasizes innovation in sector
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Inspecta  Africa, a leading provider of inspection, testing, and technical consultancy services in the oil and gas sector, showcased its expertise and commitment to innovation at the recent Oil and Gas Conference held at the Serena Hotel.

Anthony Mugira, the Project Manager Maintenance and Inspection at Inspecta  Africa, delivered a compelling address to industry stakeholders, highlighting the importance of innovation in driving efficiency and standardization within the sector.

Mugira emphasized Inspecta Africa's dedication to pioneering new technologies and methodologies to enhance inspection processes and ensure the highest standards of quality and safety.

During the conference, Dr. Ruth Nankabirwa, the Minister of Energy and Development, visited the Inspecta  Africa tent to learn more about the company's contributions to the standardization of output in the oil and gas industry. Dr. Nankabirwa expressed her appreciation for Inspecta Africa's efforts and commended the company for its role in advancing the sector.

Since its establishment in 2012, Inspecta Africa has been at the forefront of providing inspection, testing, certification, and training services to a diverse clientele in the oil and gas industry. The company's portfolio includes leading companies such as TotalEnergies, CNOOC, EACOP, and Schlumberger, among others.

Inspecta  Africa serves a wide range of industries, including oil, gas, and chemicals; energy and power; infrastructure and construction; manufacturing and engineering; and many others. With a presence in Uganda, Tanzania, and Mozambique, Inspire Africa also offers short-term consultancy services across various jurisdictions in Africa.

Inspecta Africa is proud to be Applus+ RTD-Velosi's local partner in Uganda. Applus+ is a global leader in the testing, inspection, and certification sector, and this partnership enables Inspire Africa to leverage Applus+'s extensive expertise and resources to deliver exceptional services to its clients.

 

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