CIMIC’s UGL Bags Five-Year Esso Australia Maintenance Contract


CIMIC Group Limited (ASX:CIM), the world’s largest contract miner, announced that its subsidiary, UGL Limited, has been awarded a five-year maintenance services contract by Esso Australia (Esso).

Under the scope of contract, UGL will provide routine maintenance, shutdown and minor modification project services for Esso’s onshore oil and gas processing plants at Longford, Long Island Point fractionation plant and Barry Beach Marine Terminal; offshore oil and gas producing platforms located in the Bass Strait, Victoria; and its crude oil, LPG and gas pipelines.

UGL Limited, formerly known as United Group Limited is an engineering company. The company provides construction, maintenance and asset management services to the rail, resources and infrastructure.

“Securing this contract reflects UGL’s commitment to delivering cost effective, innovative solutions which optimally maintain our clients’ critical assets. Building longstanding partnerships with clients such as Esso has positioned UGL as a leading asset services provider to the Australian upstream oil and gas industry,” CIMIC Group Chief Executive Officer Adolfo Valderas said.

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UGL Managing Director Juan Santamaria said the success in being awarded the contract reflects the company’s ability to align with their client’s vision and their strong health, safety and environmental culture.

“We look forward to working with Esso in delivering a flexible and collaborative solution to their asset management needs across their onshore and offshore
Assets,” he said.

UGL is expected to commence mobilisation of its workforce in the first half of the 2017 calendar year. –