What is Africanus Mensah net worth?
|Net Worth||over $ 100 million|
|Occupation||Owner & CEO of Amaja Oilfield Limited|
Africanus Mensah Net Worth
Africanus Mensah net worth: Africanus Mensah is the Chair of the MainOne Ghana Board. He is the Owner & CEO of Amaja Oilfield Limited, was appointed as Board Chair in March of 2011. Africanus holds a degree in Petroleum Engineering from the University of Texas in Austin, USA.
He also possesses management certificates from MIT Sloan, USA and the University of Michigan Business School also in the USA.Africanus began his work career with Schlumberger Oilfield Services Limited, where he worked for over 18 years in the Oil & Gas industry and rose to the Vice President for West Africa Operations and also Vice President QHSE for North and South America Region.
His career with Schlumberger Oilfield Services spans over 11 different countries, including The United States, The United Kingdom, Canada, Venezuela, Brazil, Colombia, Italy, France, Angola and Nigeria.
About Amaja Oilfield Limited
Amaja Oilfield Limited (Amaja), is a local full range oilfield service company with a breadth of expertise. Amaja’s technologies and services, meticulous planning, and no-nonsense approach to risk avoidance continuously aid in reducing costs and HSE risks, as well as maximizes ultimate oil and gas reservoir recovery for clients.
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At the heart of Amaja’s excellence is its products and service; they range from remedial, engineering, to aviation and marine services. Amaja delivers access to world-class products and cutting edge technology through its long-term strategic partnerships and relationships with Original Equipment Manufacturers (OEM). This enables Amaja to bring international excellence but with a true localized focus.
MainOne is a broadband infrastructure company providing innovative telecoms services and network solutions across West Africa. Since its launch in 2010, MainOne has developed a reputation for providing highly reliable services to major telecom operators, ISPs, government agencies, small to large enterprises, and educational institutions in West Africa. MainOne also owns a data centre subsidiary, MDXi which builds and operates Tier III data centres across West Africa.