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Rockway Oilfields Services (ROS) has entered a strategic alliance with global oil and gas support company, Oil Plus Ltd, to provide oilfield solutions in the areas of Production Chemistry and Microbiology, Maintenance and Asset integrity and Process Engineering solutions.

Founded in 1978, Oil Plus specialises in providing solutions for Produced Water Treatment, Injection and Production Chemistry issues.

“Oil Plus is excited to partner with a new and dynamic company such as Rockway to help it forge its entry into the Oil and Gas market in Guyana,” said Clarke Shepherd, Global Business Development Director of Oil Plus. “The potential of Guyana in the Oil and Gas Industry is enormous, and we want to be involved in helping Guyana realize this over the next 5-10 years. We started off life in the North Sea when it was a new oil province, and we hope to bring this wealth of knowledge to our potential clients in Guyana. Rockway will provide us the platform to achieve this.”

Kwadwo Frimpong-Badu, CEO of Rockway, said Oil Plus provides an exciting opportunity for Rockway Oilfields, enabling its customers to benefit from increased resources, shared knowledge, and enhanced innovation potential. “As a great addition to our existing services, the move enables us to provide a wider range of technical and innovative solutions to better serve customers,” he said.

The two companies will work closely with clients to provide services to help during all the stages of the oil and gas field development lifecycle from reservoir souring studies through to 3rd party chemical selection studies and water injection related solutions. Oil Plus will be looking to provide clients in Guyana a cost effective and efficient way of tapping into its team of global oil and gas consultants to tackle some of the industry’s more common related production issues.

With over 60 cumulative years in maintenance management consultancy, Oil Plus said it can provide robust solutions to effectively manage and support the focus on asset integrity management.

Based in Newbury, England, Oil Plus is considered a global leader in oilfield solutions. It has over 270 clients in more than 67 countries, with over 2,700 completed projects over its more than four decades of experience. Oil Plus also has facilities in Kuwait and Aberdeen Scotland.

ROS was registered in Guyana in 2019 to provide support services to the emerging oil and gas sector. It has been entering into strategic alliances with local and international providers of oil and gas services in a bid to solidify its position in the local industry.

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