Turkish-based storage tank company Ergil has completed a comprehensive engineering, design, material supply and fabrication project in Iraq.
ROSCO (Rafidain Oil Services Co., part of the Jurmat Group Of Companies), the EPC contractor for the New Flow Tanks EPC Project, has awarded the company the engineering, design, material supply and fabrication of 33m dia & 14.63m height, 36.20m dia, 12.20m height, 41m dia, 8.8m height dome roof flow tanks and 3 ASME U stamped flow tank degasser units to Zubair Degassing Station, Hamar Degassing Station and Rafidiya Degassing Station.
Touted as the largest oil field in Iraq, Zubair is undergoing major development, as a result of which oil production is expected to reach unprecedented levels. The project, whose license has been given to an Eni-led consortium, includes refurbishment of the existing plant, as part of which Ergil was to design, manufacture and fabricate dome roof flow tanks and flow tank degasser units.
Riza Altunergil, Vice President of Commerce, ERGIL commented:
“Having already established itself in the Iraq region, this project is a feather in the cap of Ergil as it is able to utilize the experience it has in this region.
"Furthermore, it has been successful in turning this opportunity into a business achievement for the organization as well as for its partner, ROSCO, a Jordanian company specializing in the oil and gas sector, and which has been awarded EPC contract work for Installation of New Flow Tanks."