Companies to collaborate on two Nigerian Gas Company (a wholly owned subsidiary of Nigerian National Petroleum Company) Natural Gas Metering Facilities for Zakhem Construction – Nigeria
Calgary, Alberta, Canada— December 5th, 2007 — Genoil Inc. (TSX.V: GNO; OTCBB: GNOLF) and Aquamation, Inc. announced today that Genoil has commenced work on Aquamation’s Geregu and Abeokuta Gas Metering Plants in Nigeria. Both projects are underway for the Nigerian Gas Company (a wholly owned subsidiary of Nigerian National Petroleum Company) and on behalf of Zakhem Construction – Nigeria. Aquamation and Genoil will perform these projects under the previously announced Joint Operating Agreement between the companies.
Genoil Chief Operating Officer, James Runyan, said: “We are excited about building our revenues in our process equipment division and expanding our capabilities to deliver solutions to clients in the oil and gas industry. We believe our Joint Operating Agreement with Aquamation will help drive future growth and revenues.”
Aquamation Chief Operating Officer, Anthony Lewis said: “We are very pleased to have Genoil join with our staff to complete these two strategic multi-million dollar projects. Gas Metering facilities reduce pressures and flow rates coming off of gas pipelines, clean the gas to make it useable and measure how much gas is being sold by the gas company to the end user (e.g. Power Plants, Industrial facilities requiring gas, etc.). Nigeria’s immediate electricity demand is for approximately 70,000 megawatts while current capacity is around 7,000 megawatts. Aquamation, with Genoil’s support, can now consider more of these projects.”
Aquamation, Inc. was founded in 1998 and is an engineering company & global supplier of process plants and industrial water treatment solutions to the petrochemical and oil & gas industries. Aquamation has provided these plants to major customers including international and national oil companies operating in Indonesia, Malaysia, Saudi Arabia, China, Taiwan, Nigeria and the United States.
Genoil is an international engineering technology development company based in Alberta, Canada that develops innovative hydrocarbon, oil and water separation and marine technologies for the oil and gas and commercial marine industries.
About Zakhem Construction
Zakhem Construction – Nigeria is part of the Zakhem Group, a large contracting company whose
core business is the construction of Oil and Gas related projects throughout Africa and the Middle East. With over forty years experience in the region Zakhem has proved to be highly adept at meeting the challenging needs that are required by the growth of the economies in the region.
CONTACT: Genoil Inc.
James Runyan, Chief Operating Officer & Executive Vice President
Phone: (780) 416-5590
CONTACT: Aquamation, Inc.
Anthony Lewis, Chief Operating Officer
Phone: (713) 914-9300
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