Trans-Asia’s Narmada Offshore Construction announced today that it has won a major pipeline services contract for onshore pipeline services and repairs.
After a series of leaks in its existing pipeline network, Indian state-owned Gas Distribution Company decided to award Narmada major rehabilitation works on its existing network of pipelines consisting of more than 1,000km. In a fast-track and time-bound project, the work involves temporary decommissioning of existing pipelines, cleaning, testing works and fit-for-use re-certification, including dewatering, vacuum drying and nitrogen purging of the pipeline network. Trans-Asia is using its Kakinada base on the east coast of India for the project execution.
Trans-Asia chairman D. Anjaiah said: "I am happy to announce that we have secured this prestigious contract and this further substantiates our customers’ faith in us when it comes to providing world-class services. We are glad that we could mobilise our resources in a very short time and are proud to be associated with a project that is very crucial for the safe operation of the pipelines."