HMS Group recently announced that it has concluded the agreement for production and delivery of 12 trunk pipeline pump units for 3 pump stations of the East Siberia – Pacific Ocean Pipeline totaled Rub 4.6 bn (USD 157 mln).
The Group will provide a customer with integrated pumping stations based on high-capacity pump units, an upgraded modification of pumps installed at the ESPO-1 oil trunk pipeline. In order to meet the strict requirements of the customer, HMS’ project and design team has developed a specific model of pump units with enhanced performance characteristics based on the results of the state-of-art IT-complex for fluid dynamics calculations. Testing of the pump units will be conducted at the unique HMS testing facility for increased capacity pumps launched in the end of 2011.
Source: HMS Group
According to the agreement the Group will provide a wide scope of works and services including manufacturing, testing and delivery of trunk pipeline pump units, delivery of a broad range of technological equipment and spare parts, assembly services as well as commissioning on the customer’s sites.
Artem Molchanov, Managing Director (CEO) of HMS Group, commented:
“We have a positive track record of numerous projects which show our expertise at solving technically demanding and high-profile tasks. In the oil midstream HMS designed and supplied oil pump stations for the extension of ESPO-1 project, construction of ESPO-2 and the Purpe — Samotlor pipeline. I believe, these headways based on the successful implementation of pump-based integrated solutions are the platform for our future growth.“