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Thursday, April 30, 2015

ZFOD awards EMC Maintenance Services Contract for Zubair field in Iraq for the construction of 6 DGS Stations

EMC has been awarded the Maintenance Services Contract for Zubair field in Iraq operated by ENI and South Oil Company (ZFOD).

The award further strengthens the long-term collaboration between Eni/South Oil Company (ZFOD) and EMC which dates back to 2012 when EMC were successful in being awarded the initial Maintenance Services Contract to perform Mechanical & Electrical Maintenance activities for the Zubair field with a total value in excess of $50 Million USD for both contracts.

The significant success of the initial contract was instrumental in Eni/ZFOD having the confidence to award an extension to the EMC Maintenance Services Contract to support the growing development in the Zubair field and the construction of six initial production facilities (DGS Stations) each with 50,000 barrels per day capacity recently constructed by Weatherford.

The required scope in the new contract is to perform detailed Maintenance Service activities within the Zubair Field by providing comprehensively equipped centralized workshop(s) and highly specialized technical resources and manpower to fulfill the customer’s requirements of preventive, predictive and corrective maintenance work.

Note: EMC commenced activities in Iraq in 2012 with one client, the client count currently now stands at twelve (12) spread across more than twenty four (24) projects!

The Zubair field, one of the largest Iraqi oil fields, currently produces 195,000 barrels of oil per day. In the next seven years, under the field’s expansion programme, production is expected to reach a plateau of 1.125 million barrels of oil per day.

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