EARTHCORE INVESTMENTS LIMITED is in the primary business of buying and selling petroleum products. With our headquarters in Tema, Ghana, and branch offices in the United States, including New Orleans, Beverly Hills and New York City, we maintain extensive relations worldwide within the Oil and Gas Industry.
Our client base consists of major buyers, including Municipal Governments (India, China and Australia) to major oil purchasers around the globe. We also service major airline companies from several countries.
We work directly with Russian oil companies, including Rosneft, Gazprom, Lukoil, Novatek, as well as Saudi Aramco and Link Energy EST in the Middle East, and others in Africa, USA, Asia and Israel. We arrange joint venture purchase agreements between genuine Buyers and Suppliers across the globe. We have access to the best market rates available on the market, and make supplies from our various authorised refineries worldwide to our clients in Burkina Faso, Kenya, Mali, Nigeria, South Africa, and many more.
We are ready, willing and able to provide prospective buyers with oil and gas products. Historical evidence of our transaction activities is a confirmation of our competence:
- Liaison to an international financing agency in connection with its proposed $105 million revolving credit facility to the Sakhalin II petroleum refining project in Sakhalin Island of Eastern Siberia.
- Liaison to a joint venture company comprised primarily of large western oil companies in connection with the $300 million project financing of an oil and gas exploration, production, and export venture in Russia.
- Liaison to a major pipeline company in a joint venture with a large oil company for the operation of a pipeline and in representing the pipeline company as a participant in a joint venture to build, finance, and operate a multi-billion dollar natural gas pipeline in Canada and the United States.
- Liaison to an international financing agency in connection with a hydroelectric power project in Armenia.
- Liaison to a Caribbean government in its negotiations with an independent power producer, owned by United States and Caribbean parties and involving approximately $770 million of financing.