We have been involved in energy infrastructure development in Nigeria since 1970. In 1999, after a pause of several years, we resumed operations and established a subsidiary in Ajuba which has experienced a steady increase of activity. This subsidiary serves as the base for our network projects, such as the completed 330 kV transmission line Shiroro - Abuja and the 132 kV transmission line Owerri - Ahoada, together with a series of other on-going projects.
Under the National Integrated Power Project (NIPP) we are carrying out works that represent the bulk of transmission of very high voltage power (330 kV) to be transported from the south, where it is generated, to the north, where it will be split off to the north-east and north-west. A number of our current and future projects will extend and bolster connections to the northern regions of the country as well as through the southeastern region, which includes the area of Obudu, a well known tourist centre of the republic.
Our network projects make an important contribution to the improvement of domestic productivity and economic growth in Nigeria.