C.A.T. Group’s Pipeline Update
Despite the global impact of the pandemic in 2020, the C.A.T. Group (C.A.T.) managed to become a more resilient organisation, ready more than ever, to adapt to the difficult market conditions and to improve in crisis management situations.
C.A.T. has ranked 3rd as an international pipeline contractor worldwide according to the Global Sourcebook published by Engineering News-Record (ENR). In the U.A.E., and after successfully completing and handing over ahead of time the pipeline project for Total and ADNOC on their Dyab Unconventional Gas Field, C.A.T. managed to win another pipeline project with ADNOC’s subsidiary, Borouge. In the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia, C.A.T. is working on various projects and is progressing in the execution of the 125 km (30”) and 125 km (16”) South Ghawar Transmission Pipelines Project which was awarded in 2020 and consequently managed to also win the South Ghawar Wells Tie-In Project.
Additionally, C.A.T. has recently been awarded the Hawiyah Unayzah Injection and Reproduction Flowlines and Trunklines which fall under the Onshore Maintain Potential Programme (OMPP) where C.A.T. has four long-term contracts spread across various fields. C.A.T. has also embarked on a business transformation journey in order to strengthen its engineering capabilities and project management services which shall help in enhancing project execution capabilities with the support of its plan to expand into new geographical areas and new product lines. In parallel, C.A.T. has launched its renewable energy product line with the aim to provide sustainable energy solutions to its clients.