Alderley, a UK-based onshore and offshore oil and gas engineering firm signed a 10-year licensing agreement with Energy Recovery Inc. (ERII), the British firm said.
Under the contract, Alderley will be the exclusive system integrator of US-based Energy Recovery’s innovative IsoBoostTM and IsoGenTM systems for gas processing and pipeline applications in the Middle East.
Energy Recovery recycles and converts wasted pressure energy into a usable asset and preserves pumps that are subject to hostile processing environments.
The centrifugal products will enable clients to generate or save energy and will further strengthen Alderley’s offering to oil and gas operators in the Middle East, the company said in a statement.
Having operated in the Middle East for over 20 years, Alderley will be utlising their local knowledge and proven expertise in system/skid integration to ensure all package designs which include this new product offering are fit for the Middle Eastern environment and meet local customer specifications across Saudi Arabia, Kuwait, United Arab Emirates, Qatar, Oman, Iraq and Iran.
“Alderley is excited to be working with Energy Recovery Inc. (ERII) in the selling of their innovative and proven centrifugal products along with driving adoption and installation of these products in the Middle East,” said Mark Colebrook, chief executive officer of Alderley. “Alderley has been growing their product offering both upstream and downstream over the past 18 months and this agreement strengthens our strategy to expand beyond our current business and give value-add to our clients.”
Energy Recovery’s president and CEO Joel Gay said: “Alderley’s distribution channel, project management and product delivery expertise, coupled with our technology will make a potent combination in further institutionalizing hydraulic energy recovery solutions within the target region. We are therefore delighted to be working with Alderley and making yet another step toward realizing and unlocking the value of our long term strategy within the Gulf Cooperation Council Countries (GCC).”