Greening African communities
In a world that is transitioning to a low carbon future, we are well positioned to understand the challenges, explore solutions and action in the best way to craft sustainable energy solutions for our clients. Our experts collaborate with various partners, including regulatory bodies to stay abreast of industry trends, latest renewable technologies, as well as the relevant regulations.
As your partner of choice for green power and clean energy solutions in Africa, we provide a holistic offering of need analysis, solution development, financing, construction and commissioning
Supporting socio-economic development
In line with our commitment to drive Africa's growth, our Power and Infrastructure solutions remain at the core of our purpose and at the epicentre of our mission to ensure the continent’s long-term prosperity and sustainable future.
We have been at the forefront of power and infrastructure projects over the past three decades, helping to electrify Africa. Our deep market knowledge and extensive network of experts enable us to understand the issues and find solutions to energy and infrastructure development challenges, with the objective to maximise value for our clients.
Kinyerezi I Extension Project
Committed to Africa’s sustainable development in the power sector, we Kinyerezi I Thermal Power Station is an electricity-generating power station in Tanzania, driven by natural gas. Tanzania, East Africa’s third-biggest economy is boosting power generation capacity to ensure 100 per cent universal access to modern energy by 2030.
Your oil and gas partner for sustainable growth
We have been working with the oil and gas industry for over 25 years, successfully delivering projects in both the up and downstream sectors. We have been involved in engineering new power plants, modifying existing ones, and commissioning infrastructure for all stages of energy production (from processing to refining to distribution). Our working practices follow international and industry standards and allow us to deliver high quality projects in a timely manner.
Our deep specialisation in natural resources allows us to provide our clients cost-effective solutions across the oil and gas value chain, leading to a sustainable future. With novel growth strategies and operational excellence, our in-country experts help you identify opportunities that drive the development of the broader oil and gas ecosystem.
Mtwara Port Rehabilitation
The Mtwara port came into existence during the British Colonial period, and it is located in the southern part of Tanzania in the city of Mtwara. A poor transport infrastructure made the Mtwara port underutilized for many years, but during 2010 and 2011, an increased interest in oil, gas, and natural resources caused operations to surge.
When investing in mining, a whole new world unfolds
Materials from mining activities have been integral to human advancement and essential for maintaining and improving standards of living. Mined materials are all around us, from our telephones and cards to our homes and office buildings. All of these are used to generate electricity, produce renewable energy, and to provide the many other goods and services that we enjoy in our daily life.
Our competitive advantage lies in our local know-how and experience as well as our ability to offer a full-service scope, and mining specialisms. This includes the ability to work in remote locations, handle adverse weather conditions, complex and dual lifts, and experience with heavy loads. We are always open to innovative ideas and find ways to share value from mining projects. We believe in preserving and growing investor returns, and create lasting value for host governments and communities, while also helping in the provision of metals the world needs in an eco-friendly, sustainable way.
North Mara Gold Mine Plant
The North Mara gold mine is located in north-west Tanzania in the Tarime district of the Mara region. It is around 100 kilometres east of Lake Victoria and 20 kilometres south of the Kenyan border. The mine is a combined open pit and underground operation from two deposits, Gokona (underground) and Nyabirama (open pit).