GE is focused on business development and building Mozambique’s future through key investments in a wide variety of industries including; Oil & Gas, Power, Renewables and Healthcare. Committed to growing in Mozambique, GE has continued to make significant investments in the country’s Human capital.
In addition to business development, GE is committed to capacity building and developing a new generation of Mozambican leaders. In supporting capacity building in the country, GE has partnered with local universities to enhance their curriculum. We work with local institutions such as INP (National Petroleum Institution) to deliver courses in Mozambique that otherwise are normally given at the Oil & Gas University in Florence, Italy.
GE has provided subsea wellheads for multiple wells in Area 4 of the Rovuma Basin. GE continues to engage with stakeholders to create further oil and gas opportunities in Mozambique. Recognizing that training is critical, BHGE employed and trained 18 engineers for the Graduate Engineering Training Program (GETP) in 2014, which involved intensive hands-on training. Most recently an additional 20 engineers were hired for the OFS business. In 2017 BHGE signed two contracts with ENI to provide in phase 1, 6 subsea wells and services for a project designated as Coral South FLNG.
GE is committed to the sustainable development of Mozambique’s future through GE Kujenga, our sustainability program in Africa. The word kujenga means “build” in Swahili. Our approach is to empower people by building valuable skills, equip communities with new tools and technology, and elevate ideas that are helping to solve Africa’s challenges. Learn more
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