Dolphin Energy awards SPIE offshore maintenance contract

Offshore staff

CERGY, France – SPIE Oil & Gas Services Middle East has secured two four-year service agreements with Dolphin Energy in Qatar, both extendable by a further year.

The company will provide predictive, overhaul maintenance, emergency repair and operation services for two of the Ras Laffan offshore facilities and two onshore plants.

SPIE will focus on the heating, ventilation and air conditioning and refrigeration systems, including window and split-type air conditioners.

The other contract relates to work onshore in Ras Laffan Industrial City.

Twenty-five SPIE personnel will service the contracts which fall within the scope of the Dolphin Gas Project. This delivers natural gas produced offshore Qatar through subsea and overland pipelines to customers in the United Arab Emirates and Oman.


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