Amarinth Builds Ever-Closer Relationships with European EPCs

Published Apr 7, 2016
Amarinth API 610 VS4 vertical pumps
Amarinth builds ever closer relationships with European EPCs with an order for API 610 VS4 vertical pumps from Cannon BONO Artes (photo: Amarinth)

Amarinth, specialising in the design, application and manufacture of centrifugal pumps and associated equipment to the oil and gas, petrochemical, chemical, industrial and power markets, is developing ever closer relationships with European EPCs with an order to supply high-quality, bespoke API 610 VS4 vertical pumps to Cannon BONO Artes for use by ADCO in the Middle East.

With more projects being awarded by Middle East oil and gas organisations to European Engineering Procurement and Construction (EPC) companies, Amarinth has been strengthening its relationships with these EPCs. Amarinth recently underlined this with an order from Cannon BONO Artes in Italy to supply four super duplex API 610 VS4 pumps for a produced oily water separator treatment package destined for the ADCO Rumaitha and Shanayel Phase 3 Enhanced Oil Recovery project.

Rumaitha and Shanayel form part of the North East Bab (NEB) field located 31 kilometers south west of Abu Dhabi City, United Arab Emirates. NEB lies across the Abu Dhabi coast line in such a way that that Rumaitha and Shamayel are on-shore but projects in these fields demand many offshore disciplines.

The four pumps, configured as two sets of two, were required on a tight 26 week delivery, a challenge that Amarinth, with its wealth of both offshore and on-shore projects in the Middle East, combined with its previous successes of supplying pumps to ADCO and familiarity with ADCO specifications, was easily able to meet.

Amarinth’s renowned ability to deliver bespoke API 610 VS4 vertical pumps within tight deadlines is achieved through its unique modular design that can be configured to handle over 100,000 variants, quickly delivering a design for almost any depth or application requirement. A range of standardised modules, consisting of assemblies and sub-assemblies, which have already checked against mating parts for clashes using computer-aided design tools, ensures that any variant assembled from the modules fits together perfectly. This innovative method of vertical pump design significantly reduces the engineering time compared to the traditional approach of designing pumps for each application’s unique length and working parameters.

Oliver Brigginshaw, Managing Director of Amarinth, commented: “We are seeing an increase in projects placed by the Middle East oil and gas companies with European EPCs and so we are pleased to be delivering our long-standing expertise in offshore and on-shore projects to Cannon BONO Artes for this important ADCO project. We are looking forward to further strengthening our relationship with both Cannon BONO Artes and the other EPCs in Europe during the coming years.”

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