Proserv Middle East wins multiple awards
Posted: May 23, 2017
Energy services company Proserv has recently been awarded a series of contracts worth a combined value of more than $11million USD for its production control new-build and after-market services in the Middle East.
In the UAE, Proserv will be engineering and manufacturing wellhead control panels, hydraulic power units and chemical injection systems to national oil companies, service companies and EPCs, estimated to be worth around $10m. Key to the awards is the strong installation, commissioning and life of field service offering that is unique to Proserv in the region.
Earlier in the year, Proserv officially opened its new Saudi Arabia facility and the company has recently secured its first orders for the provision of preventive maintenance and support services for HPUs in the Kingdom for its installed base of equipment. The second win for the team involved the manufacturing and supply of emergency shutdown systems. All orders are expected to be delivered in Q3 and Q4 of this year.
Proserv has invested significantly in its new facility in Saudi Arabia in order to expand its local manufacturing, project execution and service capabilities. The new 1,800-sq-m facility, located in Dammam, in the eastern province of Saudi Arabia, will provide engineering, manufacturing, commissioning, after-market support and training services to onshore and offshore clients.
Andy Anderson, region president for Middle East & Africa, said: “We have enjoyed a strong start to the year and we expect this success to continue based on our growing market presence and unparalleled experience in the region for our life of field services.
“At Proserv, we pride ourselves on our engineering talent and expertise which is supported by our long standing track record of more than 40 years. These recent contract awards reflect our client’s confidence in our ability to provide the highest standards of service and support in order to enhance the productivity and efficiency of their operations.”