EnerMech has formed a strategic alliance with Offshore Technical Services Ltd (OTS) to further support the execution of its large capital projects around the globe. The exclusive agreement positions the organisation as a market leader in full cycle project completions.
The Aberdeen-headquartered global business, which operates in 40 key locations in 23 countries, provides integrated solutions for complex energy and infrastructure projects. EnerMech has several large-scale campaigns currently underway, including a five year scope of work with Chevron Australia to support its Western Australian oil and gas plant facilities, as well as downstream projects in Africa and the US.
OTS has four locations throughout North America and since it was established in 2005, boasts a proven track record of successfully delivering dozens of industry-changing projects.
This new collaboration will give EnerMech access to thousands of complementary, highly skilled personnel from OTS to seamlessly bolster its workforce and support new large-scale wins in the LNG, nuclear, oil and gas, hydrogen and renewables sectors.
The new unified approach will enhance the firm’s ability to take projects from the construction/mechanical completion stage through to operations handover by combining all aspects of pre-commissioning/commissioning engineering, controls, support and equipment across all disciplines and packages. This includes peripheral testing and integrity services, using existing in-house expertise and a combination of resources. As a result, EnerMech’s clients will benefit from enhanced continuity of planning, execution, interface reduction, and even greater certainty for project delivery.
EnerMech Chief Executive, Christian Brown, said: “The alliance agreement with OTS has elevated our business into the unique position of being a leading company with the resources and expertise to be able to deliver concurrent full cycle project completions. We are fully committed to providing the highest quality of work reliably and safely across all sizes of projects and have very rigorous processes in place to assure this. OTS shares the same motivations and principles, making them the ideal fit to complement and amplify our robust workforce requirements for large-scale global operations, where they have exemplary experience.
“With OTS’ personnel combined with our talented pool of people, we are well placed to capitalise rapidly on the many opportunities in the LNG, oil and gas, nuclear and hydrogen sectors. Our unified knowledge and experience offers a unique project life cycle leadership and execution format which fully supports our continued mega-deal ambitions across the industrial and energy arena.”
Rodney Colbourne, OTS president added: “OTS’ experience in the pre-commissioning and commissioning industry is second to none, spanning multiple industries and administering safe and efficient start-up of operations to multiple capital projects throughout North America. “Our capabilities for project completions and real time reporting helps our clients solve issues on major projects and combined with EnerMech’s experienced resources and capabilities we strongly feel that we offer the market a unique solution to project execution. Bringing our practices together to the global stage will allow both parties to grow and benefit for years to come.”
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