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17th Aug, 2017  |  General News

Kentech Group and PetroGasTech Holding Announce Formation of New Special Purpose Russian Company

Kentech Group and Russian registered PetroGasTech Holding is pleased to announce the establishment of a new special purpose company. Established in June 2017 and operating under the name, Kentech Eurasia LLC, the new Russian Legal Enterprise is jointly owned and has been established to offer the Russian energy and industrial market a new, exciting, and competitive value proposition that leverages the shareholders complementary skill and capabilities. Kentech Eurasia is based in Yuzhno-Sakhalinsk on Sakhalin Island, and builds upon its shareholders +15 years of local Russian, and +25 years of global knowledge and experience.   The company will provide it’s safe, reliable and value-based services across the asset life-cycle to select clients in the Russian Far East, and the Russian mainland. Services include: Construction & Hook-Up; Turnaround, Maintenance & Modifications; and Specialist Technical Services such as Commissioning, Preservation Maintenance, and Intervention/Recovery contracting. “We are excited about this agreement”, commented Fergal Cullen, General Director, Kentech Eurasia, and Kentech’s Country Manager, Sakhalin. “The establishment of Kentech Eurasia builds upon the shareholders strong existing reputation in the market and continues to demonstrate our strong and continued commitment to providing the market with a safe, dependable and local Russian solution that is based upon international best practices and standards.”

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TAGS: #Sakhalin  #Sakhalin Island Russia  #Joint Venture  

15th Aug, 2017  |  Project News

Kentech Kuwait Perform Final Cable Cutover on Clean Fuels Project

The Kentech team in Kuwait are delighted to announce they have successfully completed the final stage cable cutover as part of the shutdown/changeover works for the LCR-2, 3, 4, 5, 6 & 8 relocations on the Clean Fuels Project for KNPC.  The project involved the changeover of thirteen thousand (13,000) I/Os in a live plant environment without a single process upset to the 240,000 bpd refinery.   The project, which commenced in May 2016, involved detailed planning efforts on an integrated basis between KNPC operations and maintenance team leaders, PMC management and the FDHJV management for MAB refinery construction. Careful site execution ensured that the facility continued with planned production without incident.  The successful execution of this project, LTI free, is a great achievement in itself, but when considering the fact that the works were also carried out under live brownfield PTW conditions, often in the height of summer where temperatures can reach close to 50°C, is nothing more than exceptional and has firmly cemented Kentech as the number one choice for safe and reliable E&I works in the region. Joe Pretorius, Fluor (JV) /KNPC CF Project, E&ICSS Construction Manager for Brownfields commented: “A world class achievement, in which thirteen thousand (13 000) I/O were changed over without a single process upset to the existing running refinery”. Sarah Kent, Kentech CEO, commented “Completing a project incident free is something to be very proud of and completing this in a brownfield / live environment sets the bar even higher as the incremental set of risks that the team face are considerable. This achievement clearly demonstrates the use of the teams strong communication to promote high levels of engagement – something that is at the heart of Kentech’s culture”.

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TAGS: #LTI Free  #Clean Fuels Project  #Kuwait  

26th Jul, 2017  |  Project News

Kentech Awarded Further MSA with TCO

Kentech Kazakhstan are delighted to announce that they have recently secured an additional Master Service Agreement with one of their major clients in the region, TengizChevrOil.  This is another strategically important milestone in Kazakhstan operations and will run alongside the other existing MSA’s already in place.

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TAGS: #Kazakhstan  #New Project  

27th Jun, 2017  |  Safety News, Project News

Kentech Qatar Reaches 3 Million Safe Manhours on Pearl Shell GTL

We are delighted to announce that the Kentech teams working on the Pearl Shell GTL site in Qatar have reached the milestone of 3 million manhours delivered without an LTI. Kentech were awarded both the E&I and HVAC maintenance contracts in 2013. In 2014 and 2015 we successfully delivered Major Turnarounds 1 and 2. In 2016 we provided key E&I support services for critical plant repairs during an unplanned shutdown. With a peak manpower of over 450 workers, the teams have consistently demonstrated Kentech’s commitment to safe working standards which has culminated in this outstanding achievement.  Well done to everyone involved and keep up the exemplary standards which will carry us to our next major milestone and beyond.

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TAGS: #Qatar  #Safety milestone  #Pearl GTL  #Lti  

29th May, 2017  |  Project News

Kentech Sakhalin Celebrate Reaching 1 Million Manhours LTI Free

Kentech's work on the prestigious Odoptu Stage 2 (OS2) Project on Sakhalin Island began in March 2015 and we are delighted to announce that the team have recently achieved 1 million manhours without an LTI or any recordable incidents. What’s more, these hours were delivered during extremely harsh and challenging climatic conditions in which the team have also exceeded the efficiency targets set by the client. Sarah Kent, Kentech CEO, commented: “The Kentech Sakhalin team continue to be world leaders in safety performance, despite the challenging conditions in which they operate on a daily basis. It is the people and the way that they work together that truly makes the difference and which has resulted in all of our people being safe in Sakhalin for many years.” Kentech are delivering the E&I works package on this project which will see the creation of additional wells at the North Well Site, Water and Gas Injection and Gas Lift capabilities and a host of new equipment and modifications.  These additional facilities are required to increase the Odoptu facility capacity to 200 mscfd gas injection, 100 kbpd water injection 55 kbpd oil production. The modifications include the introduction of 12 new modules and 2 pipe rack containment modules constructed in Korea and shipped to Sakhalin for installation and permanent housing in the Odoptu facility.

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TAGS: #Lti  #Safety award  #Sakhalin-1  #Sakhalin  #Safety milestone