Kentz's EPC Business Unit Bags $18M Contracts in the Middle East

Kentz Corporation Limited, the holding company of the Kentz engineering and construction group, announced the award of two contracts in the Middle East region for its Engineering, Procurement and Construction (EPC) Business Unit, valued at circa $18 million.

Abu Dhabi Gas Industries Limited (GASCO) has awarded Kentz with a contract for the replacement of the existing control system and associated electrical and instrumentation services in the onshore oil fields of Habshan in Abu Dhabi, United Arab Emirates. The scope covers the full range of multi-discipline engineering and construction disciplines with upgrades to the injection compressors, including replacement of the existing control system with up to date technology, compressor auxiliary panels and gas turbine field instrumentation.

The second contract is for a new client in Abu Dhabi, and has been awarded as part of an ongoing agreement, whereby Kentz shall execute multiple scopes under the management of a specialist contractor. The scope allows for Kentz to provide multi-discipline engineering and construction services.

Tush Doshi, COO of the EPC Global Business Unit, for Kentz commented: "We are delighted to have won a new client in the Middle East and to secure a  further contract with GASCO. Repeat business is a key aspect of our business winning process and a further award from GASCO demonstrates our ability to achieve this. We look forward to working with the new client's team and beginning this new relationship with them. As outlined in our Interim Results, EPC continues to afford us a lot of opportunities across the world and our strategic changes to this unit are showing results with these further contracts in the Middle East in addition to the recent awards in Southern Africa."


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