$228M Enerflex deal for gas-processing tech in Oman

Enerflex Ltd. has landed a $228 million contract for gas processing equipment for a major facility in Oman.

November 2, 2011   by PLANT STAFF

CALGARY: Enerflex Ltd. has landed a $228 million contract for gas processing equipment to be installed at a major facility in Oman.

Enerflex, a Calgary-based supplier of products and services to the global energy industry, said Enerflex Middle East LLC, incorporated in the Sultanate of Oman, has been awarded the contract from Oman Oil Co. Exploration and Production LLC to build and equip a gas processing plant in Abu Tubul Block 60.

The plant will produce 90 million standard cubic feet per day of natural gas and 6,000 barrels of liquids.

Enerflex will supply all the required equipment including: gas processing and compression: gas/condensate export facilities; water treatment; the power plant; central control room; the electrical substation; and associated utilities.

The company said the plant will be operational in the third quarter of 2013.

General Electric’s Gas Engine Division also awarded Gas Drive Global LP, a limited partnership wholly-owned by Enerflex, additional distribution territory and product lines. Gas Drive will be an authorized distributor for GE’s Waukesha product line of gas-fuelled reciprocating engines in Canada and 20 US states.

GE’s Gas Engines is also interested in extending distribution rights for the Jenbacher natural gas engine and parts product line for all of Canada.

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