UAE firm wins Kazakh contract

The United Arab Emirates company Metito won a US$ 15 million contract to deliver industrial wastewater and water treatment services for an oilfield in Kazakhstan.

The United Arab Emirates company Metito won a US$ 15 million contract to deliver industrial wastewater and water treatment services for an oilfield in Kazakhstan.

The Agip Kazakhstan North Caspian Operating Company (Agip KCO), the operator of Kashagan oilfield in the Caspian Sea, awarded the contract to Metito on behalf of the consortium that operates the concession of the world's largest oil find in the past three decades.

The scope of work in Kazakhstan includes the design, manufacture, delivery and supervision of the commissioning of surface water treatment, brackish reverse osmosis and electrodeionisation treatment plant, an effluent water treatment plant, an oily wastewater treatment plant and spent caustic treatment system. Apart from this, Metito is required to commission a sludge dewatering system, potable water plant, acid dosing packages in addition to providing building materials and services. Metito specialises in water, wastewater and desalination treatment projects and technology.

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