Marine Platforms Limited

Marine Platforms is an oil service company focused on providing diverse services to the upstream sector of the oil & gas industry in Nigeria and the African continent sustainably. With services ranging from brown field development, subsea solutions, well services and vessel chartering, we adhere to the highest standards of professionalism and strive to exceed the expectations of our clients through integrity, imbibing a very strict safety culture and quality service delivery. To us, safety is not an act but part of our culture which ensures we deliver quality services safely.

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