WATER INFRASTRUCTURE PROJECT FOR KUTAISI POTI,ANAKLIA CITIES OF GEORGIA

PROJECT DETAILS

Mechanical works of following pumping stations / reservoirs was completed within the scope of Water Infrastructure Projects of Kutaisi, Poti and Anaklia cities of Georgia:

  • Kutaisi
    • Vazha Pshavela Pump Station
    • Kdiashvili Pump Station
    • Tetramitsa Water Reservoir
    • Vazha Pshavela Temporary Pump Station
    • Bypass Lines
  • Poti
    • Nabada Pump Station
  • Anaklia
    • Darcheli Pump Station

MAT Pipe completed the design, fabrication and on-site installation of the piping works, as well as the assembly of all mechanical equipment including pumps and cranes. In addition, steel works of the building were prefabricated in Turkey and erected in Georgia.

KABUL NATO BASE JET FUEL PIPELINE PROJECT

PROJECT DETAILS

The high pressure pipeline project for F54 type jet fuel at NATO Basement in Kabul, the capital of Afghanistan, was completed in 2019.

MAT Pipe completed the design of the project, spool fabrication in Turkey and installation at Kabul / Afghanistan.

The spools, which were requested to be prepared for the flanged connection of the high pressure pipeline in the field, were prepared in our factory in Istanbul, tested by the 3rd party inspection agency and successfully installed by our teams after delivery.
MAT Pipe completed the design, fabrication and on-site installation of the piping works, as well as the assembly of all mechanical equipment including pumps and cranes. In addition, steel works of the building were prefabricated in Turkey and erected in Georgia.

82 KM WATER INJECTION PIPELINE – Exxon Mobil

PROJECT DETAILS

MAT Pipe took part as a subcontractor in the project managed by the American Fluor Company and Italian Saipem as the Main Contractor, within the scope of the renovation project of the West Qurna Oil Field in Basra, Iraq and operated by Exxon Mobil.

In this project, which is the first work undertaken by MAT Pipe abroad, 82 km of pipeline with 190 bar pressure was constructed.

The reason for the pipeline is to facilitate the drilling of oil by injecting water under the ground at a pressure of 190 bar.

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