Texo Compliance, Texo Group’s dedicated training, skills development and competency specialist has announced that it has been awarded a contract by the Foreign and Commonwealth Office (FCO) to carry out a capability study looking into the provision of vocational training for the Mozambique oil and gas sector.
The company which has built up an intricate understanding of the East African energy sector and its current and future training and competency requirements, has been awarded this project which looks to develop the skills base in the country. The ultimate aim is to implement best practice for skills development within the country’s energy sector.
James Murphy, Managing Director, Texo Compliance said “We are delighted to make this announcement. We have worked hard to build our knowledge of the region and have developed strong relationships within the Mozambique government, IOCs and other stakeholders.”
James added: “We have been selected for this project because of our vast experience in the energy sector and our depth of knowledge of the region. Being an Aberdeen headquartered business with 40 years’ experience in developing a successful energy sector in the North Sea has provided a trusted foundation for assisting the sector in Mozambique which is set to grow tremendously over the next decade.”
The project will commence next week with a series of high-level presentations and meetings by Texo Compliance’ senior management team in East Africa.
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