Integrated subsea and offshore solution provider Unique Group on Monday (25 July) said it was awarded a multi-million-dollar contract by ADNOC Logistics & Services, to retrofit exhaust gas scrubber systems in three of their vessels.
The scope of supply under this contract will include design, manufacture and installation of exhaust gas scrubber systems on three tanker vessels. It is a fast-track project to deliver the systems within six months of signing the contract.
Unique Group will deliver this project in partnership with Bluesoul, with the systems being installed on the vessels at shipyards in China. All the exhaust gas scrubber systems are compliant with International Maritime Organization (IMO) guidelines and are DNV GL AiP and ABS AiP certified.
Rakesh Bangera, Head of Sales at Unique Group commented: “This is an incredible opportunity for us to utilise our technical capabilities to support ADNOC’s goal to reduce the emissions from their vessels and contribute to a cleaner environment.”
“We have already kickstarted the project to ensure a seamless delivery of the project before the deadline. We have a long-standing track record with ADNOC Logistics, and over the years, we have worked together to provide the latest integrated solutions for their requirements.”
Photo credit: ADNOC Logistics & Services
Published: 26 July, 2022
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