EnerMech wins major 3-year Qatar contract
Doha, March 7, 2011
Mechanical engineering company EnerMech, has won a multi-million dollar three year call-off contract from Dolphin Energy, a leading global supplier of natural gas.
EnerMech will provide nitrogen purging and leak testing on Dolphin Energy’s onshore and offshore facilities in Qatar.
The contract is EnerMech’s largest leak purging and testing workscope in the Middle East and follows a recent £20 million ($32 million) investment in a new process, pipeline & umbilical (PPU) division.
EnerMech will supply nitrogen, helium trace vaporisers, hoses, tools and associated equipment and specialist personnel, which will be mobilised from Qatar, UAE, Singapore and the UK to service the contract.
“We have worked with Dolphin Energy in the past, providing training services, and we are delighted to be able extend this relationship,” said Charlie Topp, EnerMech’s regional director for the Middle East.
“EnerMech is committed to developing a strong physical presence in the Middle East and in addition to building a new £3 million facility in Dubai we are also in the process of establishing a new base in Qatar which will enhance the services we currently offer to clients,” he added.-TradeArabia News Service
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