Denholm invests in new fabrication facility in Kazakhstan

Denholm Oilfield Services subsidiary Denholm Zholdas has completed its investment in a new fabrication facility in Kazakhstan to further support the oil and gas industry in country in both the maintenance and capital project arenas.

Situated within a 20,000 square meter compound, offering secure hard standing storage for materials and the opportunity to fabricate larger projects, Within this area is a 2,400 square metre state of the art fabrication facility split into three separate work areas,  including a fully equipped carbon steel fabrication facility, a fully segregated exotic alloy workshop and a separate surface preparation and coatings facility.

The facility is equipped with a 10 tonne overhead crane and independent two tonne jib cranes in each of the welding bays, all stocked with latest technology welding and preparation equipment. This investment gives Denholm Zholdas the capability to process  up to 42” diameter pipe with a full range of wall thicknesses on a year round basis.

The addition of the fabrication division ties all of Denholm Zholdas’ other associated services (mechanical, E&I, heat treatment, scaffolding and painting) together allowing them to provide a full turnkey execution package to smaller construction projects.

Graeme Milne, Managing Director of Kazakhstan Operations, comments: “We are delighted to be investing in this bespoke facility which highlights our commitment to delivering a first class service to the oil and gas industry in Kazakhstan in support of both our customers’ ongoing activities and their expansion projects. The investment will enhance our position as a market leading oilfield services provider to the Kazakhstan oil and gas industry.”

Denholm Zholdas has been has been providing services to the oil and gas industry in Kazakhstan since 1993.