Indigenous firm, Lee Engineering establishes $100m fabrication plant in Warri

A $100 million fabrication plant has been set up in Warri, Delta  State to meet the fabrication needs of multinational companies in the oil and gas sector.

The plant was established a Nigerian oil servicing firm, Lee Engineering and Construction Company.

Chairman of the company, Chief Lemon Ikpea, said the newly completed oil and gas production plant, is dedicated to produce high pressure vessels, heat exchangers, gas-heat exchangers, water bath heaters, glycol, skits, and scrubbers.

The plant, according to him will also process modules, tanks and flare systems and carry out maintenance on the existing pressure/process vessels and its components.

He explained that the vision of the new plant is an indigenous world-class manufacturing and fabrication workshop to serve the industrial needs of Nigeria and Africa, especially in the oil and gas, and power sector.

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