EMS Energy Delivers First Mobile Modular Workover Unit to Vietsovpetro

EMS Energy has completed and handed over the US $17 million first Mobile Modular Workover Unit (MMWU-1) to its owner, Vietsovpetro. This marks a significant milestone for EMS Energy, which completed the project on schedule, within budget and in compliance with strict HSE standards.

The MMWU-1 was delivered by EMS Energy's subsidiary, Engineering & Marine Services (Pte) Ltd, under an Engineering, Procurement and Construction (EPC) contract, and was presented to Vietsovpetro at a ceremony today. The new MMWU-1 will be operating offshore in Vietnam.

Executive Chairman and CEO of EMS Energy, Mr. Ting Teck Jin, commented, "EMS is proud to hand over the MMWU-1 to Vietsovpetro. It is a demonstration of our end-to-end expertise in engineering and integrating drilling systems for global oil and gas industry customers, and upholding stringent compliance to international HSE standards. More importantly, with this milestone project, we look forward to working with more oil companies globally on more sophisticated and complex projects, as customers recognize the full potential and proficiency of EMS and its subsidiaries."

"We are delighted with the MMWU-1 and have every confidence in EMS's expertise in drilling systems. Not only is the MMWU-1 a system of superior quality, it was also delivered on time and within budget. The process has been a hassle-free experience, with good communication and adherence to processes. They have proven that they are a strong partner to work with, and we look forward to doing business with them again in the near future," Mr. Vitaly Makutenko, Vietsovpetro’s Head of Design Institute expressed.

The first of its design, the MMWU-1 facilitates swift and easy installation and mobilisation for efficient re-working and repairing of oils wells to achieve maximum productivity. Its modular design offers considerable time-savings and meets highly-regulated safety policies. Driven by three Caterpillar generators, the 750HP MMWU-1 has a hook load of 200 tons.