Weir Oil and Gas Dubai announced today it has signed a multi-year contract in Iraq totaling more than $4mn with a major international oil company. The contract secures the provision of Weir Oil & Gas workshop services, machine shop services, emergency manufacturing and engineering support to support the organization’s Well Operations.
The company said that "positive past and existing contract performance with the international oil company, Weir Oil & Gas’ capabilities in Iraq, local content, in-house engineering and a comprehensive international facility near the customer’s sites were deciding factors in the deal." This contractual agreement further consolidates Weir’s rig-to-grid capabilities in the Middle East.
With this agreement, Weir executes its full stream activity portfolio, from the rig to the grid or export pipeline.
In the EMEARC region, Weir Oil & Gas provides an off-the-shelf range of products, as well as customized wellhead solutions designed to meet unique specifications. The company provides in-country service and support through Centers of Engineering and Manufacturing Excellence, which allow the company to manufacture and distribute wellhead equipment faster due to its proximity to operators in the region.
Weir is focused supporting his customers on current operations; the company’s operations and maintenance offerings lead the industry in Maintenance Process Optimization Services for brownfield/greenfield oil and gas, power and industrial facilities, streamlining maintenance costs and reducing total cost of ownership. Weir Oil & Gas’ RE/Turbo machinery offers brownfield rotating equipment solutions to increase asset life and reduce cost of ownership. Weir also leverages its Pressure Control and Oilfield Services offerings in order to be the preferred supplier of pressure containment products and services for drilling and production operators in the Middle East, assuring best-in-class quality, delivery and responsiveness.
“We are pleased to support our clients through providing services, repairs and important upgrades while assisting them with engineer-driven change management protocols and production facility turnarounds,” said Ronan Le Gloahec, managing director of EMEA, Weir Oil & Gas. “With this additional contract, we will support this organization’s well operations for several years thanks to our state-of-the-art facility and in-country engineering expertise.”