T.D. Williamson (TDW), a leading provider of pipeline equipment and services, announced the opening of a new office in Kazakhstan. The facility has been set up as a limited liability partnership (LLP) in Atyrau, Kazakhstan. Atyrau was chosen because it is known as an "Oil Capital," with a number of major oil and gas companies and service providers operating in the area. The city possesses a well-developed infrastructure, a good transportation system, and is located at the juncture of Europe and Asia, making it the perfect hub for expanding the company's operations in the region.
Kazakhstan is well known for its rich oil and gas reserves, with more than 200 fields having been identified. The country possesses the Caspian region's largest recoverable crude oil reserves.
Ambitious plans for the region
The company recognizes that the Kazakhstan market represents a huge potential for expansion. There are very few suppliers of pipeline maintenance and repair technologies established in the area, and none of them provide the range of services and expertise for which TDW is well renowned. The company's goal in establishing the new office is to become a partner of choice to its customers in the region. This will make it easier for TDW to offer customers its innovative customized pipeline maintenance and operation technology and problem-solving support. It will also offer advantages to customers who will be able to benefit financially from dealing with a resident company that complies with official local content requirements.
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