The global services division of Oxifree Global has had a successful quarter delivering a number of projects within the Oil & Gas and Utility sectors.
Work has been underway with a large British utilities grid operator protecting current transformer and circuit breakers in the UK helping to ensure the continuity of electricity supplies in local communities. Recent projects have seen the protection of wellheads on storage caverns in Netherlands and France, one for a prominent chemical company and the other a national gas storage operator. In addition OGS have conducted offshore riser turret coatings on an unmanned OLT in the Netherlands with a large energy supplier.
With a number of large scale projects kicking off early next year, 2019 is shaping up to be extremely busy and a very exciting year for the new business.
Ed Hall, MD, says; “We have had a busy and exciting time for OGS and are pleased with the work we have done and the way we have been able to provide the ideal solutions for our customers. Our work on the OLT unmanned platform for instance, this was a great demonstration of how TM198 can provide a cost effective, no waste and speedy, space efficient solution to the problem. We were able to tick many boxes that are typically prohibitive to all services in this environment.”
The solution provided by OGS is Oxifree TM198, a thermoplastic coating for the protection of metallic components and complex structures.
Oxifree Global Services was formed to deliver a service operations and support subsidiary to the business in the UK. The base in NE Scotland is run by Operations Manager Brian Smith housing personnel, equipment, stock, and training facilities in support of a quickly growing market here in the UK and Europe. In addition the team also offers support to our strategic partners local and abroad.