At TMCH, we recognize that each project is subject to a unique set of challenges. Understanding this, our decision-making processes are based on the lifecycle costs and operation of the facility, from commissioning and start-up to decommissioning. This ensures that all aspects of the facility design are coordinated and function as a whole, with the true project cost of any decision assessed prior to implementation.
The hallmark of TMCH’s facility definition and concept screening work is the integrated systems approach.
It is this system-based approach that is a crucial differentiator for TMCH. By treating each development as a single integrated system, we identify the optimum overall outcome that will:
- Provide a robust and environmentally acceptable technical solution;
- Deliver the most cost-effective solution over the life of the asset;
- Enhance productivity;
- Improve availability.
TMCH GROUP’s policy is to operate as a reliable and client-oriented Contractor to deliver products and services in accordance with the Contract and in compliance with the applicable statutory requirements.
Year after year our clientele has continued to grow. This is due to our eagerness and desire to satisfy our clients by having the best people and processes in place to consistently deliver services and solutions on time and within budget. Our commitment to service is our promise to exceed expectations on every deal. Some of our clientele are:
Addax Petroleum Nig. Limited, Shell Petroleum Development Company of Nigeria (SPDC), Hamilton Technologies Limited, Nigerian Agip Oil Company-Eni, West African Machinery & Services Limited, Seawolf Oilfield Services, Dredging International, Tombim Services, Tecon Oil Services, Coastland Energy Services, Nigerian Communication Commission, Nigerian Navy, Cross River Basin Development Authority, Ecological Fund Office, SAIPEM Contracting Nigeria Limited, TOTALenergies E&P Nigeria Limited, Mobil Producing Nigeria Unlimited (MPN), WALTERSMITH Petroman Oil Limited, Federal Ministry of Aviation, Hydrocarbon Pollution Remediation Project (HYPREP).