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Chris Onyekwere

Executive Director

Weafri Well Services Company Limited

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Weafri Well Services Company Limited

10899 Kinghurst Street Suite 223

Houston, Texas, 77099

United States

Company Description

Founded in 1988, WEAFRI WELL SERVICES COMPANY LIMITED is a PUMPING SERVICES COMPANY serving the oil industry and specialized in oil well Cementing, Pressure Pumping, Mud Engineering, Stimulation, Sand Control, Wild Well Fire Control, Pipeline Pigging, Re-commi...more

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Weafri Well Services Company Limited

Chris Onyekwere, Weafris Executive Director, singles out Shell as the first major player to give the company a break, allowing it to bid for crucial projects.
Right now we are working for Shell and we are providing good quality services for them, he says. Over time, the company has proved its ability to compete. We have the know-how, we have a history of good job performance, and we deserve to be given the opportunities. We deliver what the clients want, a quality service and at the lowest cost. That is what has kept us in the business. According to Mr Onyekwere, Weafris strengths lie in its absorption of new technologies, manpower and resources. The company has set its own standards that are comparable on any level, a point that operators have picked up on. Although initial efforts to increase the stake of Nigerians in the oil sector may have been slow, Weafri is making up for lost time. Founded in 1988, the company has already witnessed a great deal of change as the Nigerian market has gathered momentum in the democratic era. Chris Onyekwere Chris Onyekwere Executive Director of Weafri We have the know-how and a history of good performace http://www.worldreport-ind.com/nigeria2/pictures/p.gif Huge investment in the local oil sector, and the development of the gas industry, has kept the work rolling in for local content firms. This is the greatest thing that has happened to Nigeria, says Mr Onyekwere. But he believes that there is still huge potential for the company and other indigenous players to grow as the economy expands further. After spending around 20 years in the United States, Mr Onyekwere himself is in no doubt that progress is being made. http://www.worldreport-ind.com/nigeria2/le/p.gif A lot has improved in Nigeria, he says. Before I came here I thought I might be running back to where I came from within the year. But today I am satisfied with what is happening on the ground. The future looks bright with Weafri emerging as a market leader in certain niche areas, such as advanced cementing, primary well construction and coiled tubing well intervention. Mr Onyekwere says the company needs to stay ahead amid increasing competition by maintaining its high standards. This is a competitive world, he says.


Weafri Well Services Co. Ltd

Chris Onyekwere , Weafri's Executive Director, singles out Shell as the first major player to give the company a break, allowing it to bid for crucial projects.
"Right now we are working for Shell and we are providing good quality services for them," he says. According to Mr Onyekwere, Weafri's strengths lie in its absorption of new technologies, manpower and resources. The company has set its own standards that are comparable on any level, a point that operators have picked up on. Although initial efforts to increase the stake of Nigerians in the oil sector may have been slow, Weafri is making up for lost time. Founded in 1988, the company has already witnessed a great deal of change as the Nigerian market has gathered momentum in the democratic era. Chris Onyekwere Chris Onyekwere Executive Director of Weafri 'We have the know-how and a history of good performace' http://www.worldreport-ind.com/nigeria2/pictures/p.gif Huge investment in the local oil sector, and the development of the gas industry, has kept the work rolling in for local content firms. "This is the greatest thing that has happened to Nigeria," says Mr Onyekwere. But he believes that there is still huge potential for the company - and other indigenous players - to grow as the economy expands further. After spending around 20 years in the United States, Mr Onyekwere himself is in no doubt that progress is being made. "A lot has improved in Nigeria," he says. "Before I came here I thought I might be running back to where I came from within the year. But today I am satisfied with what is happening on the ground." The future looks bright with Weafri emerging as a market leader in certain niche areas, such as advanced cementing, primary well construction and coiled tubing well intervention. Mr Onyekwere says the company needs to stay ahead amid increasing competition by maintaining its high standards. "This is a competitive world," he says.


Weafri Well Services Company Limited

Chris Onyekwere, Weafri's Executive Director, singles out Shell as the first major player to give the company a break, allowing it to bid for crucial projects.
"Right now we are working for Shell and we are providing good quality services for them," he says. Over time, the company has proved its ability to compete. "We have the know-how, we have a history of good job performance, and we deserve to be given the opportunities. We deliver what the clients want, a quality service and at the lowest cost. That is what has kept us in the business." According to Mr Onyekwere, Weafri's strengths lie in its absorption of new technologies, manpower and resources. The company has set its own standards that are comparable on any level, a point that operators have picked up on. Although initial efforts to increase the stake of Nigerians in the oil sector may have been slow, Weafri is making up for lost time. Founded in 1988, the company has already witnessed a great deal of change as the Nigerian market has gathered momentum in the democratic era. Chris Onyekwere Chris Onyekwere Executive Director of Weafri 'We have the know-how and a history of good performace' http://www.worldreport-ind.com/nigeria2/pictures/p.gif Huge investment in the local oil sector, and the development of the gas industry, has kept the work rolling in for local content firms. "This is the greatest thing that has happened to Nigeria," says Mr Onyekwere. But he believes that there is still huge potential for the company - and other indigenous players - to grow as the economy expands further. After spending around 20 years in the United States, Mr Onyekwere himself is in no doubt that progress is being made. http://www.worldreport-ind.com/nigeria2/le/p.gif "A lot has improved in Nigeria," he says. "Before I came here I thought I might be running back to where I came from within the year. But today I am satisfied with what is happening on the ground." The future looks bright with Weafri emerging as a market leader in certain niche areas, such as advanced cementing, primary well construction and coiled tubing well intervention. Mr Onyekwere says the company needs to stay ahead amid increasing competition by maintaining its high standards. "This is a competitive world," he says.


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Chris Onyekwere, src=Chris OnyekwereGSM: 0805 2096 980Email: chris@weafriwellservices.comE-Mail: chris.onyekwere@plan-ng.com Chris Onyekwere, a graduate of Texas Southern University United States of America (USA) has held many appointments in United States of America before his return to Nigeria.He joined University of Texas in 1988 and later went to work for Western Petroleum/WEAFRI Joint Venture operation in Houston.In 1992 Chris Onyekwere negotiated the joint venture agreement that brought Western Petroleum of North America to Nigeria.He later worked for Western Cementing and Mud Technology as Project Director.During this period he influenced the joint venture technical partnership between Western Cementing Technology and WEAFRI Well Services Ltd.Chris became the founder and president of Western Scientific of Houston in 1993.In 1997 Chris came back to Nigeria as Executive Director of WEAFRI Well Services Ltd.His contributions remain visible as his management skill has transformed the company from family business to co-operate establishment in oil and gas industries competing with multinational in well construction/well intervention operations worldwide.Chris co-authored an SPE Paper on Increase Production in Brown field with heavy crude by application of New HF Acid.


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Chris OnyekwereChris OnyekwereGSM: 0805 2096 980Email: chris@weafriwellservices.comE-Mail: chris.onyekwere@plan-ng.com Chris Onyekwere, a graduate of Texas Southern University United States of America (USA) has held many appointments in United States of America before his return to Nigeria.He joined University of Texas in 1988 and later went to work for Western Petroleum/WEAFRI Joint Venture operation in Houston.In 1992 Chris Onyekwere negotiated the joint venture agreement that brought Western Petroleum of North America to Nigeria.He later worked for Western Cementing and Mud Technology as Project Director.During this period he influenced the joint venture technical partnership between Western Cementing Technology and WEAFRI Well Services Ltd.Chris became the founder and president of Western Scientific of Houston in 1993.In 1997 Chris came back to Nigeria as Executive Director of WEAFRI Well Services Ltd.His contributions remain visible as his management skill has transformed the company from family business to co-operate establishment in oil and gas industries competing with multinational in well construction/well intervention operations worldwide.Chris co-authored an SPE Paper on Increase Production in Brown field with heavy crude by application of New HF Acid.


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