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www.worldpumps.com Business news 2 WORLD PUMPS January 2014 KSB pumps selected for Indonesian power station Sulzer unveils new operational structure Pentair opens plant in United Arab Emirates SPX wins US$22mn North Sea contract Amarinth secures multiple orders from Statoil Pentair Ltd has invested in a new pump and booster system production facility at its integrated manufacturing campus in Sharjah, in the United Arab Emirates. The new pump plant joins Pentair’s existing valve manufacturing facility and metal casting foundry in Sharjah, and will serve the region’s commercial and residential sectors. “Pentair has consistently grown its pump business in the region for many years and we are excited about this next phase of develop- ment. The ability to manufacture locally will enable us to provide our customers a broader array of value-added solutions while also enhancing our ability to serve them effectively,” said Gary Witt, president of Pentair Flow Technologies. Pentair employs more than 1200 people within the Middle East, at manufacturing, services and sales office facilities. www.pentair.com Amarinth has won three new pump orders this year from Statoil for projects in the North Sea. Working with pump distributor Axflow, Amarinth completed an initial order from Statoil in 2013. Amarinth then received a second order to supply pumps for the Oseberg oil field on a very tight 24 week delivery. Amarinth went on to secure a third order from Statoil to provide close coupled motor pumps for the Gullfaks field, on a 30 week delivery. Oliver Brigginshaw, managing director of Amarinth, said: “We are very pleased with these latest orders which underline our commitment to provide North Sea oil and gas oper- ators and contractors the best pumping solutions on the time- scales they need to deliver against their project deadlines. There has been an enormous increase in planned investment from both the UK and Norway with a resulting resurgence of activity in the North Sea of late and we are continuing to work hard to ensure that Amarinth stays at the forefront of providing pumping solutions for these new exploration and production projects.” www.amarinth.com Sulzer is changing its organiza- tional structure from 1 January 2014, creating a new Services division and a Water business unit. Under the new structure, Sulzer will have three divisions: Pumps Equip- ment; Services and Chemtech. The Pumps Equipment division will cover new pumps and related systems, including spares. Within the Pumps Equipment division, three regional business units will offer engineered pumps for the oil and gas and power markets. A new Water business unit, with annual sales of CHF700 million, will inte- grate wastewater pumps, engi- neered pumps for water transport and production, and process pumps for general industry. Sulzer’s new Services division will combine the services for turbines, compressors, motors and genera- tors currently provided by Sulzer Turbo Services with Sulzer Pumps’ services for pumps. The new Serv- ices division has annual sales of CHF800 million. Sulzer CEO Klaus Stahlmann said: “The new operational structure with a Services division and a Water business unit is a next important step in the implementa- tion of our strategic decision to focus the company’s activities in three attractive key markets - oil and gas, power and water. Inte- grating all services for rotating equipment into one division will help us to increase sales and improve profitability. The inte- grated Water business unit will strengthen our position for profit- able growth in the large and attractive water market.” www.sulzer.com KSB AG will supply eight boiler feed pumps for a new 270 MW oil-fired power station in Babelan, Indonesia by September 2014. Six of the eight boiler feed pumps will be driven by fixed speed 6000 V electric motors with a 2260 kW drive rating. The order also includes two stand-by feed pumps driven by two twelve-cylinder MTU diesel engines, each with a 668 kW drive rating. The new power station is expected to be completed in 2016. www.ksb.com SPX Corp is to provide oil well production pumps for EnQuest’s Kraken Field in the North Sea, under a US$22 million contract. The new order is for 15 Clyde- Union-branded hydraulic submers- ible pumps (HSPs), which will be fulfilled by ClydeUnion’s main facility located in Glasgow, Scot- land. Deliveries are scheduled to begin in 2014 and will continue through 2015. The pumps will be used for key artificial lift service on EnQuest’s new offshore subsea heavy oil field project, which is currently being developed in the UK North Sea. Each oil production well within the field will be equipped with a single HSP, located in the well bore more than 3000 feet below the seabed. The pumps will provide pressure boosting for the reservoir fluids to enable production at optimal rates to the field’s FPSO facilities. www.spx.com/en/clydeunion-pumps

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Business news2

WORLD PUMPS January 2014

KSB pumps selected for Indonesian power station

Sulzer unveils new operational structure

Pentair opens plant in United Arab Emirates

SPX wins US$22mn North Sea contract

Amarinth secures multiple orders from Statoil

Pentair Ltd has invested in a new

pump and booster system

production facility at its integrated

manufacturing campus in Sharjah,

in the United Arab Emirates.

The new pump plant joins Pentair’s

existing valve manufacturing facility

and metal casting foundry in

Sharjah, and will serve the region’s

commercial and residential sectors.

“Pentair has consistently grown its

pump business in the region for

many years and we are excited

about this next phase of develop-

ment. The ability to manufacture

locally will enable us to provide

our customers a broader array of

value-added solutions while also

enhancing our ability to serve them

eff ectively,” said Gary Witt, president

of Pentair Flow Technologies.

Pentair employs more than 1200

people within the Middle East, at

manufacturing, services and sales

offi ce facilities.

www.pentair.com

Amarinth has won three new

pump orders this year from Statoil

for projects in the North Sea.

Working with pump distributor

Axfl ow, Amarinth completed an

initial order from Statoil in 2013.

Amarinth then received a second

order to supply pumps for the

Oseberg oil fi eld on a very tight

24 week delivery. Amarinth went

on to secure a third order from

Statoil to provide close coupled

motor pumps for the Gullfaks fi eld,

on a 30 week delivery.

Oliver Brigginshaw, managing

director of Amarinth, said: “We are

very pleased with these latest orders

which underline our commitment to

provide North Sea oil and gas oper-

ators and contractors the best

pumping solutions on the time-

scales they need to deliver against

their project deadlines. There has

been an enormous increase in

planned investment from both the

UK and Norway with a resulting

resurgence of activity in the North

Sea of late and we are continuing to

work hard to ensure that Amarinth

stays at the forefront of providing

pumping solutions for these new

exploration and production projects.”

www.amarinth.com

Sulzer is changing its organiza-

tional structure from 1 January

2014, creating a new Services

division and a Water business

unit.

Under the new structure, Sulzer will

have three divisions: Pumps Equip-

ment; Services and Chemtech.

The Pumps Equipment division will

cover new pumps and related

systems, including spares. Within the

Pumps Equipment division, three

regional business units will off er

engineered pumps for the oil and

gas and power markets. A new

Water business unit, with annual

sales of CHF700 million, will inte-

grate wastewater pumps, engi-

neered pumps for water transport

and production, and process pumps

for general industry.

Sulzer’s new Services division will

combine the services for turbines,

compressors, motors and genera-

tors currently provided by Sulzer

Turbo Services with Sulzer Pumps’

services for pumps. The new Serv-

ices division has annual sales of

CHF800 million.

Sulzer CEO Klaus Stahlmann said:

“The new operational structure

with a Services division and a

Water business unit is a next

important step in the implementa-

tion of our strategic decision to

focus the company’s activities in

three attractive key markets - oil

and gas, power and water. Inte-

grating all services for rotating

equipment into one division will

help us to increase sales and

improve profi tability. The inte-

grated Water business unit will

strengthen our position for profi t-

able growth in the large and

attractive water market.”

www.sulzer.com

KSB AG will supply eight boiler

feed pumps for a new 270 MW

oil-fi red power station in Babelan,

Indonesia by September 2014.

Six of the eight boiler feed pumps

will be driven by fi xed speed 6000 V

electric motors with a 2260 kW drive

rating. The order also includes two

stand-by feed pumps driven by two

twelve-cylinder MTU diesel engines,

each with a 668 kW drive rating.

The new power station is expected

to be completed in 2016.

www.ksb.com

SPX Corp is to provide oil well

production pumps for EnQuest’s

Kraken Field in the North Sea,

under a US$22 million contract.

The new order is for 15 Clyde-

Union-branded hydraulic submers-

ible pumps (HSPs), which will be

fulfi lled by ClydeUnion’s main

facility located in Glasgow, Scot-

land. Deliveries are scheduled to

begin in 2014 and will continue

through 2015. The pumps will be

used for key artifi cial lift service on

EnQuest’s new off shore subsea

heavy oil fi eld project, which is

currently being developed in the

UK North Sea. Each oil production

well within the fi eld will be

equipped with a single HSP,

located in the well bore more

than 3000 feet below the seabed.

The pumps will provide pressure

boosting for the reservoir fl uids to

enable production at optimal rates

to the fi eld’s FPSO facilities.

www.spx.com/en/clydeunion-pumps

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