EnerMech wins five-year LNG contract in Australia

EnerMech Australia has been awarded a five-year contract to provide specialist nitrogen. EnerMech has announced a key appointment as part of its next phase of growth with Alex Goude. MInteg has been awarded its largest contract to date and will supply inspection services to a major oil and gas operator. The flange management services to a LNG facility in Central Queensland. Laz Koszeghy joined the Aberdeen-headquartered mechanical and electrical services specialist. EnerMech has appointed a new Regional Director for Australasia. EnerMech are looking to recruit up to four apprentice engineers.

The work will be conducted on-site, located off the coast of Gladstone, Queensland, with project engineering. EnerMech has appointed Emmanuelle Marshall as Group HSE Director. EnerMech believes it can increase its market share Stateside by capitalising on its wide-ranging experience. EnerMech has secured a new cranes and lifting services contract with an international Operator in the North Sea. The management conducted from EnerMech’s Gladstone facility and Brisbane office. Maintenance, inspection and integrity specialist and EnerMech subsidiary, MInteg, has opened its first international base as it targets growth.

“The Australian LNG sector is entering the next phase”, said Paul McCarthy.

EnerMech possess an extensive equipment fleet in-country and will deploy liquid nitrogen converters. Alex’s focus will be on leveraging EnerMech’s engineering expertise to expand the company’s position. The EnerMech subsidiary specialises in inspection and integrity expects to create up to 15 new posts. It well established in the offshore sector in the Southern North Sea. Paul McCarthy has more than 30 years’ experience in corporate leadership and operational management. It will be responsible for global health, safety and environment at the Aberdeen-headquartered mechanical. Operational expertise and extensive customer relationships developed through the build-out of large scale.

It combined with nitrogen membrane generation units, flange management torque/tensioning equipment. With significant global experience, Paul’s most recent role was Asia Pac Operations. The Aberdeen-headquartered mechanical and electrical services specialist has a strong track record of training. Company had personnel onsite at four US LNG facilities. It extended terms on a number of existing contracts which are worth in excess of £21 million. Hoare Lee was responsible for leading the firm’s strategy. The work scope includes the inspection of infrastructure on five manned platforms. Company have worked across all of the LNG facilities and have strong relationships.

Previously the CEO was BP lead for the multi-national’s global HSE Learning and Development capability. The integrated engineering services specialist will provide crane maintenance and crane management. The facility in Perth, Western Australia will be the launch pad for entry in to LNG, upstream oil gas. The multi-million-pound five-year contract with five one-year options. The appointment underlines the company’s commitment to delivery of the most stringent HSE standards. MInteg will initially offer integrity management, non-destructive testing and mechanical rope. Bespoke System Integrity Management software SIMPro is the provision of the specialist services.

Emmanuelle will work closely with HSE teams across our regions. Australia’s current onshore LNG construction activities are transitioning into the operations and maintenance. Company impressed by the EnerMech mindset that no business objective comes ahead of HSE. Over the next 10 years there is expected be in excess of $70 billion AUD. It included offshore crane maintenance and operation, onshore support and repair facilities. The prospective apprentices will have spent at least one year in a college based environment. Company invested in upstream greenfield developments, brownfield modifications.

“Our experience in delivering similar integrated specialist services in Australia”, said Jamie McIntyre, EnerMech’s Australia panager for process.

The awards are further complemented by a one-year extension for Dana Petroleum’s Triton. Company believe there are opportunities for MInteg services in LNG and upstream gas. This is the largest value contract awarded to MInteg to date. The successful applicants will be sponsored by EnerMech to complete their Modern Apprentice training. EnerMech is already engaging with the full life cycle chain on all major projects. It continued focus on delivering value by provided integrated services with careful cost management. Australia has gone through a massive construction phase over the last 10 years.

The extensive fleet of equipment, the high caliber of Queensland-based staff. Alex has experience of working in European infrastructure and construction markets. MInteg’s integrity inspection capability is attracting interest from clients. The company has identified a range of onshore opportunities in the renewables, nuclear, power. Company look forward to forming a strong partnership with new North Sea client. It identified that the market is ready for a new entrant. The apprentices are limited only by ambition. EnerMech has successfully completed mechanical, electrical and instrumentation (ME&I) projects.

The objective is to significantly increase our presence in both the UK and European mainland markets. Parent company EnerMech recently outlined its strategy of increasing its presence in sectors out. The well positioned increase market share in new LNG projects. Company believe template for providing high quality combined services. A combined service offering pulls in EnerMech’s core services. Drive for innovation and continuous improvement placed in a good position to secure the contract. Australasia has been the fastest growing region in EnerMech’s global operations.

One of EnerMech’s first apprentices started off working in the “Flying Squad”. Company looking forward to extending our footprint in Australia. Supporting an apprenticeship is a significant financial investment. EnerMech’s regional director for Europe, Ross McHardy, believes existing Great Yarmouth capabilities. Company have an extended suite of integrated essential services. It will be a precursor to further international growth. Yarmouth business has an excellent reputation in the Southern North Sea. Company look forward to the opportunity to further enhance our offering in Gladstone and the surround the region.

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