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Introduction

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AMES is planning to construct a linepipe milling and coating plant in Edo state in alignment with Government economic diversification plan. The project would to bring about a positive, rapid, sustainable and diversified socio-economic development to Nigeria with potential to increase GDP from current levels at $487 billion by 3-5%. AMES management strongly believes that Benin-City, Edo State has matured to the statue of becoming a truly industrialized state owing to the fact that solid minerals and multiple agricultural products abound in the state. Benin-City is central to major oil and gas facilities and pipelines managed by NPDC, PPMC, 

NGC, SHELL, CHEVRON, SEPLAT, PANOCEAN, SAHARA ENERGY and a few other

Nigerian independents operating in the Niger-Delta. Edo state is also an economic and logistics hub providing road arterial access to 11 states in Nigeria. AMES therefore foresees easy access to various markets including the use of KOKO and Gelegele seaport in the future to export coated linepipes to Angola, East and West African market. The AMES project is designed to create a paradigm shift that would drive innovation, grow GDP, build a sustainable flow assurance system for Nigeria, catalyze new manufacturing organizations, enhance existing businesses ability to innovate and open the space for entrepreneurship while spinning off new sustainable value chains. The construction of the AMES linepipe and coating plant meets with the Eco-Humanitarian criteria to attract international investment for the project.