Crestchic, a load testing solutions company, will attend the NOGTech Oil & Gas Technology Exhibition in Lagos, Nigeria from 4-6 June 2013 to showcase its loadbank offering
According to organisers, NOGTech is Nigeria’s leading oil and gas technology event and is strategically positioned in the commercial centre to bring together government ministries, industry stakeholders and major oil and gas professionals.
Paul Brickman, sales and marketing manager of Crestchic said, “This event in Nigeria provides Crestchic with the opportunity to capitalise on the increase in demand for loadbank testing systems as markets are expanding in this region of the world. This is especially evident in the areas of onshore and offshore, and independent power. Crestchic currently has two high profile contracts with Wartsila in Gambon and West Africa.”
Crestchic loadbanks are primarily sold and rented to customers operating in the oil and gas, marine, data centre and power generation sectors.
Through its loadbank solutions, Crestchic commissions, tests and services all types of power sources, including generators, turbines, batteries and fuel cells. The company manufactures a range of AC and DC loadbanks for both resistive only and resistive-reactive applications.
The loadbanks vary in size from 30 kW to 6000 kVA and are designed to operate a 3-phase systems of 50 or 60 Hz. The larger units are transportable through containers and can be linked together to hold a load of 50 MVA and above.
Now in its fourth year, NOGTech 2013 will continue to demonstrate how the adoption of new oil and gas technology can improve cost reduction, drive efficiency and increase production, organisers said.