Abu Dhabi Marine Operating Company (ADMA OPCO) has awarded RWG a three year support agreement, with the option for a one year extension, to maintain their operational fleet of Siemens SGT-A30 RB (Industrial RB211) gas generators. The contract was awarded through local partner, Al Ahlia Oilfields Development Company, and the scope includes scheduled overhaul of the gas generators, as well as field service support and maintenance interventions.
RWG has made a long term commitment to the UAE, with an established workshop and resident field service presence for over 18 years. This latest award demonstrates the importance of continued investment in the region, enabling RWG to respond quickly to changing customer requirements, ensuring the availability and reliability of critical equipment used in the processing of hydrocarbons.
Mark Forsyth, RWG Industrial and Marine Business Director commented: “We are delighted to secure this latest contract from ADMA OPCO. This award provides continuity of service and underpins the strong relationship between our companies. We recognise the many challenges faced by operators in the oil and gas market, so RWG is focused on delivering high quality, OEM approved maintenance services to meet the financial and operational objectives of our customers.”
Since introduction to service in the 1970s, over 750 SGT-A30 RB (Industrial RB211) gas turbine systems have been sold to energy market customers. With over 34 million operating hours in mechanical drive and power generation applications, the Industrial RB211 has a well-earned reputation for quality, reliability and efficiency. RWG is a market leader for SGT-A30 RB (Industrial RB211) maintenance support, completing in excess of 800 engine overhauls over the last 26 years, including advanced technology ‘GT’ (aero Trent) equipment operated by ADMA OPCO.