Consulting

Market Entry

Nexus has over time built a reputation for giving a soft landing to multinational companies wishing to invest in the Nigerian business landscape through supply of critical information regarding market opportunities, introductions to key contacts and adherence to regulatory requirements

Fast Facts

  • Facilitated the Nigerian entry of several Fortune 500 companies as an early pioneer in the industry.
  • Generated over $200m in revenue for new business partners.
  • In addition to Nigeria now possess footprint and expertise in several African, Asian, and Middle Eastern markets.

case studies

Consulting Support to Multinational Companies

“Nexus has built a solid reputation by giving broad ranged, valuable assistance to multinational companies wishing to berth in Nigeria. We offer a 3-pronged support to these organisations by providing: Critical Informal Network; Demonstrated Competence and Flexibility.”

TECHINT

Construction of the NNPC Third Phase Pipelines and Depot Project. This involved the construction of multi-pipelines from Enugu to Yola with pump stations in Enugu, Makurdi and Yola.

TECHNIP

Construction of the ExxonMobil EPC4A Gas Compression Platform.

GE OIL & GAS

Supply and Installation of various turbines for AGIP.

HEEREMA FABRICATION GROUP

Construction of an FPSO integration yard in Lagos

HYUNDAI HEAVY INDUSTRIES CO. LIMITED

EPC Scope for Chevron’s EGP3B Project.

SAP

Implementation Support and Training for UAP and IPES (SAP) Sustainment Program for ExxonMobil Nigeria.

ODFJELL DRILLING

Ongoing support in Nigeria

THE EUROPEAN INVESTMENT BANK

Project Implementation Unit supporting three financial intermediaries under the Nigeria Framework Loan.

Our Major Clients

 
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Nexus Alliance Limited (Nexus) is a fully Nigerian Owned Company with capabilities in Training and Technology Services for the Oil and Gas, Petrochemical, Energy and Process industries. Nexus was formed in 1998 with a vision of bridging the gap between the skilled manpower needs of Multi-national Corporations and the out put from the Nigerian educational system.