Dynamic Industries said its part-owned Saudi unit was awarded an offshore EPCI long-term contract by Saudi Aramco.
The project scope of work includes engineering, procurement, fabrication, transportation, installation, demolition, hook up, testing, and pre-commissioning of various components for offshore oil facilities in the Arabian Gulf, the company said in a statement.
Dynamic Industries Saudi Arabia, is jointly owned by Dynamic Industries International, a full service offshore EPCI contractor to the global offshore oil and gas industries, and Bandariyah International Company Ltd., a Saudi oil and gas firm.
In mid-2015, Saudi Aramco awarded Dynamic Saudi Arabia and Dynamic International Long Term Agreement contracts, making the Dynamic team an integral partner in Saudi Aramco’s Offshore Maintain Potential Program and Gas Program. These programs are designed to keep Saudi Aramco in its preeminent position in the global oil markets as well as enhance the supply of energy to the domestic Saudi market.
“In anticipation of this award, Dynamic Saudi Arabia has been actively recruiting and training through the Saudi Petroleum Services Polytechnic School a highly skilled and committed Saudi workforce,” said Donnie Sinitiere, general manager of Dynamic Industries Saudi Arabia and executive vice president and chief operating officer of Dynamic Industries International.
“With this award we will add additional team members to our Khobar based engineering function.”
Dynamic Industries Saudi Arabia provides complete, expansive and integrated EPCI solutions to the global oil and gas Industry, including full-service fabrication, construction, installation and maintenance services. Dynamic Saudi is majority owned by Dynamic International, which is a wholly owned subsidiary of Dynamic Industries, Inc., a major fabricator, full-service offshore construction company, and living quarter company in the US Gulf of Mexico, West Africa, South America, and the Middle East.