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Add Energy wins 6-figure maintenance optimisation contract in Oman

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Add Energy, the international energy consultancy provider, has been awarded a contract worth £120 000 with a leading upstream gas operator in Oman.

The contract has secured jobs at the company’s Aberdeen office and enabled sustainability of its Oman office and in country partnership.

The scope of work will see Add Energy provide the plant with equipment specific maintenance strategies and procedures, which will enable maintenance execution and planning to be optimised. The project will be carried out with an aim of reducing equipment downtime, by mitigating failures due to maintenance, which is inadequate, or without full coverage.

Peter Adam, Add Energy managing director, commented: “We are thrilled to be have been awarded this contract from a world class upstream gas operator in Oman. Having completed previous contracts in the region, the Middle East has always been a focus for Add Energy and we look forward to working closely with our client in the coming months.

“This contract signifies that while cost cutting continues, operators still need to invest in initiatives that are driven towards efficiency and streamlining operations.”

The project will be carried out by Add Energy’s asset and integrity management division in both Aberdeen, UK and Muscat, Oman. Work is due to start in September 2016.

Adapted from a press release by David Bizley

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