EnerMech nets Azeri platform testing, inspection contracts
EnerMech has won contracts in the Caspian valued at more than £40 million ($49.8 million) to supply a range of services.
ABERDEEN, UK – EnerMech has won contracts in the Caspian valued at more than £40 million ($49.8 million) to supply a range of services.
BP Exploration (Caspian Sea) has commissioned the company to manage its crane operation, maintenance and inspection needs across seven platforms in the Azeri sector.
In response EnerMech will increase its Azerbaijani workforce over the next three months.
The ATA consortium in Azerbaijan has asked the company to provide hydrotesting, flange management, camera inspection, and enhanced water blasting services on two new platforms serving theShah Deniz 2 gas/condensate field development.
EnerMech will also provide ultra-high pressure tubing installation, pressure testing and flushing of tubing, with supervisors from the UK and Asia training local pipe fitters on the project.
In addition, BP has contracted the company to supply nitrogen/helium leak detection - pre-engineering is under way in London.
Finally,BOS Shelf has commissioned the company to undertake jacket riser testing, subsea safety isolation valves, and subsea spool testing at its Baku Deepwater Jackets Factory, along with hydro testing, riser pigging, and bolt tensioning work.