Kentz Engineering and Construction Group has won a $190m oilfield services contract from Qatar Petroleum (QP).
Under the terms of the deal, Kentz will provide the engineering, procurement, installation and commissioning for wellhead industrial control systems, alongside corrosion protection, for approximately 775 wells across the Dukhan Oilfield, Qatar.
Kentz will execute the Engineering, Procurement and Construction (EPC) Business Unit, running for the duration of three years through to 2016.The peak workforce will consist of 800 staff and field personnel.
“Kentz was awarded its first project with QP in 1997 and since then has continued to execute numerous EPC projects, engineering and enhancing QP's assets,” said Tush Doshi, chief operating officer, EPC Business Unit for Kentz.
“We take great pride in this significant award; the past year has seen a huge progression in our engineering offering as we implement our 2013 and beyond strategy and we are confident of continued strong bidding in EPC.”
Kentz will provide a dedicated Supervisory Control and Data Acquisition network infrastructure to monitor wellheads from designated stations; providing centralised real time and historical wellhead data directly into QP's IT network.
The company’s scope of work also includes the prevention of external corrosion damage to the well casings in the Dukhan field by installing an impressed current cathodic protection system.
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