Cylingas reaches 50 per cent completion milestone without lost time incident on Petroleum Regeneration and Processing Plant project in Fujairah

Cylingas signed an agreement with Pyramid Engineering in June last year, committing to design, fabricate, install, inspect, test, paint and commission 20

  
02 June 2015
Fujairah - Cylingas, a subsidiary of Emirates National Oil Company (ENOC), has achieved a key milestone achieving 50 per cent completion without lost time incident on its project; modular petroleum regeneration and processing plant in Fujairah.

Cylingas signed an agreement with Pyramid Engineering in June last year, committing to design, fabricate, install, inspect, test, paint and commission 20 above-ground tanks and associated piping system within the new plant terminal and the connecting pipelines to the port of Fujairah jetty. With 50 per cent completion on terminal works already achieved, the project is progressing on schedule.

The plant has a processing capacity of 7,500 BPD and the storage tank terminal has a capacity of 101,000 cubic metres, making it a significant third party contract for Cylingas.

Saif Al Falasi, Group Chief Executive Officer of ENOC, said: "The significant progress achieved by Cylingas underlines our commitment to excellence and on-schedule delivery. We comply with the best practices in EHS for the landmark project, which complements our plans to expand our geographic presence."

The Pyramid Engineering job is Cylingas's first independent project as the company aims to establish itself as a valued service provider to the industry and a revenue-making business for ENOC.

Raed Ali, General Manager of Cylingas, added: "Reaching this milestone underlines our experience and competencies to undertake large-scale EPC projects that demand extensive mechanical and piping work. We have more than 40 years of engineering and project management experience which is reflected in the high level of quality work we produce. We are thankful to our client for the opportunity to work on such a remarkable project, recognised as a unique petroleum regeneration and handling terminal."

Cylingas is undertaking the mechanical and piping requirements for the tanks including aluminium dome with internal floating and cone roofs. With tanks ranging from 4 to 29.5 metres in diameter and from 5 to 20.5 metres in height, the total storage capacity is 101,000 cubic metres for handling naphtha, diesel, gas oil, fuel oil, kerosene, slop and water.

Cylingas provides its customers with several solutions from proprietary technology to design and full EPC including construction management services, commissioning and aftermarket support. The company also provides pressure vessels and skids manufacturing supply services for oil and gas industry worldwide.

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About ENOC
Established in 1993 as a wholly-owned company of the Government of Dubai, ENOC aims to promote the interests of its shareholders through the development of further downstream and upstream activities in the oil & gas sector and beyond, and to encourage the economic diversification of Dubai and the rest of the UAE.

ENOC's vision is to be a leading regional integrated oil & gas group that is highly profitable and socially responsible towards employees, the community and environment. Driving this vision, ENOC is committed to achieving sustainable development and highly profitable growth and serving the growing energy needs of Dubai.

ENOC strives to attract, develop and retain top talent to become the employer of choice, while adopting latest technologies and implementing best practices to achieve world-class performance. ENOC is also focused on meeting and exceeding customer expectations in terms of quality and service, and in maintaining high industry standards with respect to environment, health and safety.

ENOC actively participates in an increasingly broad range of business ventures. Its joint ventures with major international companies allow partners to pool their technology, know-how and expertise along with their resources to further their commercial success.

Since its inception, ENOC has been guided by its philosophy of quality and professional management based on modern business concepts for commercial success and sustainable growth. Today it is poised to engineer a new and challenging period of growth and diversity.

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