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West African Ventures Ltd. (“WAV”)

With its indigenous operating company, WAV, the group offers a considerable local content when executing 
sub-sea construction projects in Nigeria. WAV established an office in Lagos in 2001 and has since built its
reputation of a reliable partner in Nigeria for pipelay, fabrication and installation engineering services as well
as marine transportation. WAV has meanwhile built up a considerable workforce of qualified local engineering 
personnel managed by experienced expatriates in the oil & gas industry.
 

Offshore marine support services

Since 1996 Sea Trucks operates a fleet of 43 offshore marine support services vessels on the continental shelf 
off Nigeria and off the coast of Angola and other West African countries, including Cameroon, Congo, 
Equatorial Guinea and Gabon.
 

Inland services

Operation of the inland fleet commenced in 1977 and provides chartering services to oil and gas companies 
operating in the Niger Delta Region. With a fleet of 134 inland vessels, consisting of landing craft, crew boats, 
ramp barges, pusher tugs and flat-top cargo barges, Sea Trucks operates the largest inland fleet in the country.
 

Onshore support services

Onne Fabrication Yard and Supply Base

Sea Trucks operates a multifunctional fabrication yard and oilfield supply base at Onne Oil & Gas Free Zone in 
Nigeria, providing customers a wide range of construction, fabrication and maintenance services.

Onne Drydock Yard

In the late 1990s drydock activities were added to the Onne fabrication yard. This drydock is mainly used to 
maintain the offshore marine support services fleet and also services vessels from third parties.

Warri Marine Support Base

Sea Trucks also operates a marine support base and drydock facilities in Warri supporting both the offshore and inland marine operations. 


Other locations West Africa

To further expand its services along the West African coast Sea Trucks opened a support office in Luanda, 
Angola in 2004 and more recently in Accra, Ghana in 2010.