The original Client of this project is Amandi Energy Limited.


METKA is a hellenic business unit undertaking the construction of large-scale EPC (Engineering-Procurement-Construction) projects, and the Contractor for the Amandi Project. METKA, via its subsidiary company "Power Projects Sanayi İnşaat Ticaret Limited Şirketi (Power Projects Limited)" awarded the Amandi project to ARCHIMEDES SA, the latter being the sole sub - contractor for the afforementioned project in Ghana.


ARCHIMEDES SA completed the following works for the Amandi Project in Ghana:


1. Installation of one HDPE outfall pipeline of ca. 350 m length (ca. 40m onshore and ca. 310m offshore) up to a depth of -6,0m MSL (seabed)

2. Construction of the pumping wells system parallel to the sea shore

3. Construction of the shore protection


The project was successfully completed in February 2019.

People said about this project…


According to Harith General Partners, a fund manager for infrastructure developement accross the African continent:


"The Amandi Project will be crucial in helping to meet Ghana’s growing power needs. Once constructed, the plant will be the most efficient power plant in the country and will produce more than 1,600 gigawatt hours per year. This will energise up to one million Ghanaian households. Amandi Energy will sell power to the Electricity Company of Ghana (ECG) under a 25-year Power Purchase Agreement. It will be initially fuelled by light crude oil, with future plans to switch to indigenous gas acquired from Ghana’s offshore Sankofa natural gas field.


The Amandi Project is expected to be fully constructed within 27 months and is scheduled to operate in April 2019. The plant’s construction will create 400 jobs, most of which will be filled by Ghanaians, with a further 100 full-time jobs emerging from the plant’s operations."


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Another investor on the project, CDC70, states that:


"When it’s operational, Amandi will help alleviate Ghana’s power challenges, where an insufficient cost-effective supply of energy has resulted in regular power outages."


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