EnerQuip inks $850,000 Middle East contract
The deal will see an oilfield services company supply a set of self-sufficient, containerised workshops for Kuwait
EnerQuip, a supplier of torque machine solutions for the global oil and gas industry, has secured a $850,000 contract with a major oilfield services company. The company will supply a set of self-sufficient containerised workshops destined for Kuwait.
EnerQuip has designed and manufactured a high torque machine to complement a total of five containerised workshops, which include a power source, air conditioning and assembly and control units. These self-sufficient, containerised units will enable the company to mobilise operations rapidly and maintain tools across the Middle East without the need for significant capex investment.
"In areas with no existing infrastructure these containerised workshops provide a comprehensive, cost-effective solution to maintain vital equipment," says Andrew Robins, director at EnerQuip. "This contract is a testament to our continual investment in research and development and the experience our team has in building and delivering mobile field solutions."
The company will deliver the workshop containers in Q1 2019. Over the last 12-months, EnerQuip has supplied more than eight torque machines to the Middle East and is growing an expansive portfolio of equipment in the region.
"Our next milestone in the Middle East will be to establish a dedicated facility so we can provide an even greater and more detailed level of service for our clients," Robins said. "We’re experiencing a surge of activity in the region and putting boots on the ground is a natural next step to support our growing client base."