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STATS and OSD extend partnership

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STATS Group has announced that it is extending its relationship with OSD Pty Ltd in order to target new opportunities in the Australian and Papua New Guinea oil, gas and industrial sectors.

This follows on from a similar agency agreement covering the New Zealand market, which has resulted in positive results for both companies and their clients.

STATS specialise in the provision of pipeline isolation, repair and integrity services, including the design, supply and provision of specialised test, intervention and isolation tools, to the international oil and gas industry.

OSD is a leading engineering, operations and commercial services provider to the oil and gas, pipelines and facilities, process, refining, water and hydro-transport sectors. It provides a range of field services for major infrastructure owners, including maintenance, pipeline pigging and integrity management, supported by one of the largest teams of professional pipeline engineers in Australia.

The companies have successfully collaborated on three pressurised pipeline isolation projects in New Zealand and plan to use this template to grow their respective businesses in Australia.

STATS Group’s Regional Sales Manager for Asia Pacific, Gareth Campbell, said: “The template we have established with OSD in New Zealand is working extremely well and we look forward to rolling this out to tap in to the many opportunities that Australia’s onshore, offshore and emerging LNG markets has to offer.”

OSD’s Asset Services Manager, Jarrod Woolnough added: “We are delighted to be able to announce an extension of our successful New Zealand partnership with STATS as it further supports our drive for excellence in providing world class engineering, technical and innovative solutions to industries toughest challenges.”

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