In 2016, HMS Group completed the delivery of oil & gas equipment to a major Russian oil & gas company under the so-called “Liquid Hydrocarbon Project,” signed in 2Q 2014. The total size of the contract, including additionally signed specifications, amounted to 7 billion rubles.
In December 2013, the company signed a 5.7 billion rubles contract to supply an integrated solution to a major Siberian gas field. According to the contract, HMS will design, manufacture, deliver, supervise and test the complex technological facility, including compressors, pumps, tanks, vessels, filters, coolers and other components. The project is planned for completion in the near future.
In 2016, the company signed several follow-up contracts as a result of the successful execution of recently completed large-scale projects:
In the autumn, HMS Group signed a 9 million Euro contract to deliver oil-refining pumps in line with the API 610 international standard. This project is managed by a top international engineering company, which serves as a customer engineer under its EPS (Engineering and Procurement Services) contract with the Russian customer. HMS will produce and deliver more than 50 centrifugal API pumps of different designs for an atmospheric crude distillation unit/vacuum distillation unit, to be installed at one of Russia’s largest high-tech oil refining plantlocated in Western Siberia.
In addition, several contracts with a total worth of 7 million US dollars were signed to deliver 8 turbine feed pumps and other pumping equipment to the third and the fourth power plant units in 2017 and 2018 respectively. These contracts are a follow-up to the contracts executed in 2004-2006 for the delivery of main pumping equipment to the first and the second units of this nuclear power plant.
In March 2017, HMS Group signed a 10.2 billion rubles contract for the delivery of a range of technologically integrated solutions, including helium concentrate membrane recovery units (skids 1st and 2nd stage), as well as inter-stage compressor stations based on turbo-compressor units and gas booster stations, to be completed in the first quarter of 2018.
Later, the company signed a contract for the delivery of major and accessory processing equipment worth 3.9 billion rubles, for the reconstruction of gas booster stations at the customer’s oil & gas condensate field.