The contracts will cover a range of services including cranes and lifting, process, pipelines and umbilicals, valves, training and industrial services.

The Aberdeen, UK-based company has been awarded a three-year contract with BP Exploration (Caspian Sea) Ltd to manage all of its crane operation, maintenance and inspection requirements in Azerbaijan. The contract covers assets on seven platforms, including 12 offshore pedestal cranes.

The ATA consortium has commissioned EnerMech to provide services on two platforms at the Shah Deniz 2 gas condensate field.

Other projects include a £1.5m contract at the Sangachai Terminal, south of Azerbaijan’s capital Baku, for Turkish contractor Tekfen, and a commission from BOS Shelf at the Baku Deepwater Jakcets Factory.

John Guy, EnerMech’s regional director for the Middle East, Asia and Caspian, said: “This has by far been our most successful period in the Caspian region and the groundwork we have put in over the last five years is now paying dividends. The extension of the BP cranes and lifting contract is an important development and our commitment to Azerbaijan has been underlined by our move towards a 100% Azeri project team. 
“We have recently made senior Azerbaijan national appointments within our management team as part of our commitment to the development and nationalisation of our 300-strong employees in Azerbaijan.
“The breadth and depth of these various workscopes demonstrates EnerMech’s ability to offer a genuine integrated service to clients with specific requirements. We will continue to invest in facilities, equipment and training to ensure we can offer a flexible, responsive services backed up with the most modern equipment fleet and best trained personnel.”