Dominion Gas announces further international expansion


Aberdeen-based oilfield services company Dominion Gas has announced ambitious plans to open a new gas plant in Ghana, West Africa, and an office in Perth, Australia.

Despite the global economic crisis, the company is clearly still ‘hungry for success’ and focused on ambitious expansion plans, as revealed in an exclusive with gasworld magazine in recent months.

The firm anticipates that investment in the West Africa site will exceed £1.5m and intends for the plant to be operational by June 2009. The Ghana plant will act as a hub, allowing the company to better service the surrounding oil producing countries including Nigeria and Angola.

Dominion Gas Project Director Russel Davies, who is responsible for delivering the project, explained, “Opening a plant in Ghana is a major step in Dominion Gas’s plans for expansion. Within the first year we expect to recruit an additional 5 members of staff, many of whom will be indigenous Ghanaian residents.”

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