Cosmos Energy Services
Cosmos Energy Services (CES) began its operations in 1982 and was incorporated as a limited liability company in 1997. By successfully completing a number of supply and turnkey contracts in the energy sector of Bangladesh (oil, power and gas), CES has been firmly established as a premier forerunner in the sector.
CES is active in providing engineering, planning and construction (EPC) of gas processing plants, pipeline construction, supply of drilling materials, drilling rigs, line pipes, oilfield seismic and drilling services. Similar services are provided to the national oil companies, as well as international oil companies, who are operating in Bangladesh in both upstream and downstream activities.
They are also distinguished in the power sector, as CES was the first independent captive power producer in the country. They had facilitated a 10MW gas-engine power plant for the Scan Cement factory in Bangladesh under a joint venture with Rolls Royce Power Venture, UK.
CES is now poised to enter into oil, gas and coal exploration and development with international joint venture partners.
By building up a wealth of professional experience and in-house technical skills, the staff of CES currently includes highly qualified geologists, geoscientists, economists and engineers (electrical, mechanical and civil), whose years of experience has transformed them into a formidable force in the energy sector.
CES was the first Independent Captive Power Producer in the country. They are also involved in operation and management of power plants, substations, transmission lines and supply of power transformers, switchgear, conductor and major electrical equipment. In partnership with Mahkota Technologies (formerly GEC Malaysia), CES has been credited for building the first 230KV substation for PGCB. It is the first organisation in Bangladesh to attain the ISO 9001 Certification in respect for operations and management of the Captive Power Plant.
CES completed a number of supply & turnkey projects and it was involved in power generation, sub-station & transmission line projects. The first CIPP (Captive Independent Power Producers) a 10.90 MW power plant is a joint venture between CES and Rolls Royce power venture, U.K. CES is also involved in O&M contracts and consultancy of power plants and have obtained ISO 9001 certification. We have achieved a number of EPC, IPP projects as well as supply of equipments to all the state-owned and a number of private companies.
CES has a vast experience in the transmission line and substation projects. They completed the first 230 KV substation for PGCB at Rampura in association with Mahkota Technologies Sdn Bhd, Malaysia (former GEC) and the Extension of One Complete Diameter of 230 kV Line Bay for Haripur 230/132 kV Substation for BPDB with Mahkota.
CES maintains an extremely productive relationship with government agencies who are involved in power generation, transmission and distribution in Bangladesh.
Oil & Gas Sector
CES is one of the leading companies involved in the industry in Bangladesh. They have earned the distinction of being the only private sector company to have undertaken petroleum geology and reservoir study on the acreage in exploration blocks of Bangladesh. In collaboration with Corelab, BAPEX and Petrobangla, CES takes pride in being associated with a number of prestigious projects throughout Bangladesh.
This includes the development of the first oilfield at Haripur, as well as the first offshore platform at Sangu built by KBR.
They are also active in providing EPC of gas-processing plants, pipeline construction, supply of drilling materials, drilling rigs, line pipes and oilfield seismic drilling services.
Cosmos has undertaken a significant investment in mineral sands exploration and mining in Bangladesh. They also have equity interest in Premier Minerals Ltd, Bangladesh, the operating arm of Premier Minerals Ltd Singapore, an exploration and mining company with investments in Bangladesh and Australia.
This industry will bring many benefits to Bangladesh, including import substitution, massive GDP growth, employment generation, new regional industries, significant flow of income to the government and creation of many new job skills.