Penspen has signed an agreement with ADNOC Distribution to provide detailed engineering services for the modification and upgrade of various terminals and depot facilities in the United Arab Emirates. These include Al Ain Zakher Terminal, Mussafah Multi-Product Depot, Madinat Zayed (Beda Zayed) Depot, Dhow Harbor Depot and Saneyah Plot in AI Ain.
The terminals and depots within the scope of this project are ADNOC Distribution’s main downstream facilities, which store key fuel products (petroleum products and liquified petroleum gas).
ADNOC Distribution intends to upgrade and modify its existing terminals and depots to meet the increasing demand for fuel products within the UAE. The proposed works will also allow ADNOC Distribution to upgrade the safety and security of storing the fuel products and integrate the system with the latest fire-fighting technology.
Penspen’s services will cover design and detailed engineering and the company will work together with other contractors to ensure successful completion of the entire project scope. This includes taking an active role in studies, reports, analysis, engineering, detailed design, system integration, documentation, calculations and engineering support.
Penspen’s Executive Vice President Middle East Michael Simm, said: “Penspen has enjoyed working with ADNOC Distribution for many years now and we are proud to be given this opportunity to continue to support them. We are driven to deliver high quality engineering services, on schedule, whilst adhering to our client’s strict safety and quality guidelines. We are delighted to be involved in this latest project, which will ultimately lead to a safer and more reliable delivery of fuel products for the UAE.”
Adapted from press release by Rosalie Starling
Read the article online at: https://www.hydrocarbonengineering.com/tanks-terminals/04052016/penspen-awarded-contract-by-adnoc-distribution-3192/
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