Unasys' secure a third Spanish contract

MIDDLESBROUGH technology provider Unasys has secured a third Spanish contract following an NOF Energy trade visit to Spain.

MIDDLESBROUGH technology provider Unasys has secured a third Spanish contract following an NOF Energy trade visit to Spain.

Unasys, which provides hook-up, commissioning and completions services, has extensive experience in the Spanish market having previously won two major expansion projects with Cepsa.

The most recent win is a support contract on one of the biggest construction projects in Spain.

The Castor Underground Natural Gas Storage (UGS) facility is required to help meet the urgent need for additional gas storage capacity in Spain. Facilities are to be constructed both offshore and inland.

Unasys will manage the mechanical completion, commissioning and start-up for the projects.

Operations will take place at fabrication yards in Texas and the onshore and offshore plants in Vinaros, Spain.

The foundations of the latest deal were formed during a trade visit to Spain organised by NOF Energy, the business development organisation for the oil, gas and energy sectors.

Established more than 10 years ago, Unasys is a specialist in managing the complexities of project start-up and close out. Since 2000 it has supported clients with the skills they need to ensure projects are delivered on time and on budget.

The success of Unasys’ approach and software can be seen in the number of repeat orders the company receives and its increase in turnover.

Profits are now being reinvested into professional and application development and the company has recently relocated to Boho One in Middlesbrough.

Joanne Leng, Director Business Development at NOF Energy, said: “Spain is a key market for the UK energy sector supply chain, offering many opportunities both in country and globally.

“The country itself acts as a gateway to securing work in other parts of the world, such as South America,” she said.

“This makes it an important destination for NOF Energy market visits.”

 

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