Nobel Energy and Maurilog signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MOU) to jointly explore potential opportunities in the Mauritanian and Senegalese markets.
The agreement marks the beginning of a fruitful cooperation between the two parties, with a specific focus on assessment of new opportunities in the Mauritanian and Senegalese markets, in the oil field operations and equipment maintenance areas. The MoU considers a wide range of services, such as electrical motor and valve repair, pump and HVAC maintenance, Vendor Managed Inventory, MRO industrial and valve supply, electrical and instrumentation, fabrication, laser dimension and Installations, gas turbine, maintenance, engineering and project management.
Vugar Samadli, Nobel Energy’s Chief Executive Officer said: “We have been in the oil and gas sector for more than 15 years, and supported the field operations and delivered equipment maintenance for strategic offshore and onshore assets of big energy companies like bp. We look forward to working with Maurilog to understand and jointly explore the potential opportunities in the Mauritanian and Senegalese markets, and we are pleased to have signed the MoU to optimize the both company’s efforts in this context.”
Mohamedou Abeih, Maurilog’s Executive Director said: “Maurilog has developed its experience in the Oil & Gas sector as a Logistic partner to International Oil Companies over the decade, we are now delighted to join Noble Energy in this exciting opportunity. Our local knowledge and experience will potentially enable Noble Energy’s expertise to be made available to the Oil & Gas operators in Mauritania and Senegal. We welcome our friends from Azerbaijan to Mauritania.”
Glensol to train foreign technical specialists
Glensol, Nobel Energy’s field operations and equipment maintenance subsidiary, is pleased to announce that it has launched a Technical Trainings Programme aimed at training Iraqi oil and gas technical specialists.
The trainings will be conducted at Glensol’s world-class workshop in Baku for the technicians of Basra Energy Company (BECL), the main contractor at the Rumaila oilfield in Iraq, the third largest field in the world.
Based on the agreement, Glensol will deliver the trainings on the following subjects: Mechanical Rotating Equipment, Electrical Equipment, Mechanical Static Equipment and Control System and Field Devices.
The main objective of the trainings is to furnish technicians with all necessary knowledge and skills to handle and maintain the equipment operated in the field in line with the manufacturer’s and organisational practices and procedures.
The first module, which covered the Mechanical Rotating Equipment theme, was successfully delivered on 7-11 September.
Anar Orujov, Deputy Director Glensol said: “We are delighted to embark on a new chapter that will see Glensol share its experience with the industry engineers and technicians through our technical trainings programme, and very pleased to have our Iraqi colleagues in the first cohort. We are confident that Glensol’s main asset – a highly qualified team of engineers and technical specialists – will deliver the programme in the most efficient way to Iraqi colleagues, while extending our new training product line overseas.
Glensol’s advanced ‘One Stop Shop’ workshop, equipped with modern technology and facilities, is one of the most fitting platforms in the region to host both theoretical and practical industry trainings at the required level. We are proud to be among the few Azerbaijani service companies that are capable to deliver high-quality competency based training to foreign workforce to a very high international standard”.
To ensure the optimization of the programme Glensol has involved some industry expertise to the programme.
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Prokon lands new maintenance and repair works contract in Türkiye
Prokon Makina, Insaat, Imalat, Montaj, Sanayi ve Ticaret Ltd (Prokon Türkiye), Prokon’s subsidiary, is pleased to announce that it has signed a new contract with Türkiye Petrol Rafinerileri A.S. (Tüpraş) to provide maintenance and repair works of furnaces.
The contract takes in the maintenance and repair works of the furnaces in Unit 5 (Crude Oil Unit) and 21 (Naphta Hydrotreater/Desulphurization) of Tüpraş Izmit Refinery.
Two crude oil furnaces, including their pre-heaters, one vacuum furnace including its air preheater, one sour gas incinerator and its stack will be serviced during the shutdown period. The shutdown period is expected to start in the beginning of October, 2022, and it is planned to be completed in 30 days.
Vugar Samadli, CEO Nobel Energy said: “Prokon has successfully delivered on all key aspects of the previous, strategic contract with Tüpraş, Türkiye’s downstream giant. Trusting one of the most critical maintenance and repair works packages in the company’s yearly shut down programme underlines Prokon’s approval as a reliable solution provider.
I am confident that Prokon will remain a trusted solution partner for Tüpraş’s future undertakings by committing to deliver high quality results both for the existing and prospect campaigns”.
As part of the current campaign, Prokon will deliver blinding, dismantling, cleaning, retubing, reassembly, replacement of various parts of the furnaces, which at the peak of the works will see around 110 people – some 90 pipe fitters/erectors and 16 alloy welders – mobilized to the site.
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Nobel Energy to deliver accurate onshore wind measurements
Nobel Energy’s newly secured Light Detection and Ranging (Lidar) device will help effectively manage onshore wind measurements up to 200 metres above the ground.
This powerful device (ZX300 Lidar), widely used across the renewable energy domain, is approved by DNV, an international accredited registrar and classification society, and certified by International Electrotechnical Commission.
Nobel Energy has now the capacity to provide a range of relevant technical services, required in the planning, building, and operating of renewable energy sourced power plants. The device will allow to manage wind resource risk and optimise assets.
It is worth to mention that the Lidar is regarded as the most effective, Stage 3 bankable device in DNV (also a globally leading quality assurance and risk management company operating in more than 100 countries) assessment of the maturity of remote sensing devices.
Can Aslan, Renewable projects manager, Nobel Energy: “The Lidar is an effective onsite wind measurement tool, specifically for wind farm development, site construction, including site and project operations, annual energy production analysis, as well as for other weather monitoring activities”. He added: “The device, which absolute accuracy demonstrated through wind tunnel testing, reduces the wind measurement uncertainty and therefore, increases project and design value”.
This development is in line with Nobel Energy’s transformation strategy aimed to provide clean energy solutions (through increasingly growing the renewables business line) to help its customers [and the world] achieve safe, efficient and sustainable energy results.
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