Interserve, the international security/support services, construction and equipment group, has secured £9.6M in new business with Abu Dhabi National Oil Company (ADNOC) on a range of offshore and gas processing projects.
ADNOC is the state-owned oil company of the United Arab Emirates, which holds the seventh-largest proven reserves of oil in the world at 97.8 billion barrels. Most of these reserves are in Abu Dhabi.
The contracts will be delivered by Interserve subsidiary, Adyard Group, one of the UAE’s leading service providers to the oil and gas sector, based in Abu Dhabi, where it operates several fabrication, construction and maintenance yards with significant quayside and load-out facilities.
Adyard has been awarded the contract to replace ADNOC’s offshore firewater pump systems on a number of topsides and the replacement of liquid sulphur loading system at ADNOC’s onshore plant at Al-Ruwais.
The company will also install a flowline replacement using Inconel alloy, which is resistant to corrosion at high temperatures and pressures, ideal for the oil sector, and fabricate new pipe racks and skids.
Andrew Beaney, Managing Director at Interserve International, said: “We are delighted to be working with ADNOC on these projects following the successful delivery of a number of developments with its offshore and gas-processing divisions where Interserve has demonstrated its capability, skill and expertise in the UAE oil and gas sector.
“These new contract wins contribute to Interserve’s continued growth and success within the oil and gas industry and reinforce our strategy to create, in Adyard, UAE’s premier engineering, procurement, construction, maintenance, fabrication and specialist manpower supply company.”