Latest News

Latest News

November,2017

CTS are pleased to have been awarded a contract for design, supply and installation of sacrificial anode cathodic protection of a sheet piled jetty in RAK.  This follows our success in a number of similar projects in the region.

October,2017

To meet the needs of today’s  business world Corrosion Technology Services Middle East has upgraded its quality management system to latest standards. We proudly announce successful transition of our quality management systems from “ISO 9001:2008”  to ISO “9001:2015” and from “ISO  14001 : 2004” to “ISO  14001:2015″

August,2017

  • CTS  has been awarded a Consultancy Study and Tender Package Development contract for restoration of the Cathodic Protection system of a reinforced concrete sea water intake at Ruwais refinery.
  •  CTS is pleased to announce it will be working with Rotary Engineering in Dubai for ENOC Refinery expansion project.
  •  CTS awarded contract for additional CP scope by Siemens for GASCO’s Taweelah Gas Compression Station.

 

July,2017

CEOR immageCorrosion Technology Services Europe Ltd are pleased to announce that it will be a “Gold” sponsor of next year’s CECOR event, which will held on the 15th-18th May 2018, in the UK in Stratford on Avon.CEOCOR is a non-profit international scientific organisation which was established in 1981, it’s active throughout Europe in corrosion relating matters of pipelines (external and internal).  CEOCOR Members include gas and oil distribution companies, water companies, research centres, pipelines manufactures and specialist cathodic protection companies. CEOCOR provides a forum for technical and scientific exchange, and at the Congress held each spring technical papers are presented and discussed, along with an exhibition hall.

 

May,2017

CTS companies in Saudi Arabia have changed their names!  Corrpro Arabia Cathodic Protection Company Ltd and Corrpro Arabia Ground Electrode Manufacturing Company Ltd. Are now re-branded as Saudi Cathodic Protection company Ltd. (SCPC) and Saudi  Cathodic Protection Manufacturing Company Ltd. (SCPMC).  The location, contact details, staffing and ownership all remain the same.  If you have any questions about the changes please contact General Manager Rod Callon on rcallon@ctscp.com

April,2017 

CTS attended the NACE Corrosion Conference in New Orleans and presented a case study related to our recent experience in cathodic protection and remote monitoring of sea water intake structures.

March,2017

CTS have in recent months been commissioned to carry out computer modelling studies of induced AC on pipelines and it’s mitigation.  CTS are licensees for SES Right of Way Pro software.  We are also pleased to have been awarded a contract in the UAE for installation of anodes at road crossings.

January,2017

CTS Middle East awarded contracts for Causeway Pipelines, ADOC -Mubarraz Island and  Taweelah Gas Compression Station – GASCO. Contracts were awarded by Siemens LLC  – PG Power & Gas and Power, Instrumentation and Control Division of TARGET Engineering Const. co.

November, 2016

Corrosion Technology Services Europe Ltd, is proud to announce signing a 3 year frame work agreement with the premier Gas Supplier in the UK, National Grid PLC, for the provision of cathodic protection services.

October, 2016

CTS Middle East was recently awarded along term contract  (5Years) for Provision of CP  Inspection and Maintenance services to Gazprom Net Badra B.V.  at Badra Oil Field, Badra, Iraq.  CTS will audit and maintain cathodic protection systems on both plant and piping.

Corrosion Technology Services Europe Ltd (CTSE), have signed a long term “Frame Work” agreement with National Grid in connection to underground pipework in the United Kingdom.  The scope of work encompasses regulatory CP Field Surveys, CP Audit Surveys, CP Fault Finding works and CP Adhoc Services.

September, 2016

Corrosion Technology Services Europe Ltd (CTSE), has signed a long term “Sole Agency Agreement” with Speir Hunter Ltd, for the provision of their market leading non-invasive Survey technique.

Based on the science of stress-magnetisation of steel, the unique and patented SCT inspection method is a versatile and potentially game-changing tool that can provide clients with a comprehensive insight into the condition of their pipelines.

  • It can detect all sources of localised stress including (but not limited to) internal and external corrosion, coating defects, and metallurgical defects due to sagging or twisting.
  • It is remote and non-invasive, targets non-piggable pipelines and is not limited by pipeline configurations such as tight turns or valves.
  • It does not require pre-inspection preparation activities that entail hidden costs or the disruption of normal pipeline operations.
  • It is currently being used as a screening tool and a complementary inspection technique with potential to become a standalone inspection method.

http://www.speirhunter.com/

August, 2016

Corrosion Technology Services Middle East (CTSME)  has continued to build on its impressive  track record as leading regional CP company. CTS Middle East has been awarded  contracts  by TSH-JV (Tecnicas, Sinopec, Hyundai) for Cathodic Protection System for  KNPC Al-Zour Refinery Project Package#1. In another successive contract  award by Petrofac CTSME will carry out Cathodic Protection for Gas Train 5 Project at Mina Al-Ahmadi (MAA) Refinery Kuwait.

July 2016 

  • CTS and our partner Leopad will be exhibiting at the NACE Corrosion  Show in Kuala Lumpur in August.
  •  CTS Europe have been awarded  contract from Saipem for material supply to SCPX Pipeline  Project in Azerbijan.

May 2016 

  • Paper presented by CTS Technical Director at NACE 2016 in Vancouver, Canada has been published in the May 2016 edition of NACE International magazine Materials     Performance. Check it out.
  •  CTS Technical Director Rod Callon presents a paper at the ‘’Concrete Service Life Extension Conference’’ in Orlando, Florida.

April 2016

  • CTS has been acknowledged by Ras Gas, Qatar for having achieved  500,000 man-hours without LTI. CTS have been on site over six years performing  monotoring and installation works as well as manpower  supply.

March 2016

  • CTS will be attending the NACE 2016 Conference from 6-10 March in Vancouver, Canada.  CTS staff will be participating in NACE standards committees and presenting a technical paper

February 2016

  • See CTS at the 16th NACE Middle East Corrosion Conference in Bahrain from 8-11 February.  CTS will be exhibiting along with our Principals, Nuova Giungas and RCS as well as presenting two technical papers.
  • CTS Europe will once again be exhibiting at the Concrete Show to be held at the NEC in Birmingham, England on 17/18 February.  CTS will be promoting our specialist power supplies and expertise in the protection of steel in concrete from corrosion.

January 2016

  • CTS long service awards recognize the achievements of staff with over 5 years commitment to the company.  This year we were privileged to have one employee complete 30 years  of service, two 25 years and one 15 years.

December 2015

  • Saudi Aramco award CTS a contract for audit and survey of cathodic protection systems and coatings for the 1200km East-West pipeline.

November 2015

  • CTS Managing Director Steve Wroe made a technical presentation NACE at the UK Chapter AGM held in London and also received an award in recognition of 25 years service to the association.

September 2015

  • CTS Europe and CTS Middle East have been awarded three contracts on the RAPID Project in Malaysia.

August 2015

  • CTS Middle East has been awarded a Consultancy contract by TAKREER (Abu Dhabi Oil Refining Company) to study the condition of reinforced concrete structures and existing CP System at Ruwais refinery.

July 2015

  • GASCO (Abu Dhabi Gas Industries) awarded CTS a contract for Stray Current Interference Studies

May 2015

  • CTS in collaboration with Nuovagiungas  s.r.l.  Italy participated as sponsor in the Corrosion Conference  held in the UAE by the US-based National Association of Corrosion Engineers, NACE. It was held from 12th-14st May at the St. Regis Hotel, Abu Dhabi.

April 2015

  • CTS is pleased to announce it will be working with SIXCO in Fujairah- UAE for Sacrificial Anode CP for  new jetty at Fujairah port.
  • CTS is pleased to announce it will be working with the Tecnicas-Reunidas –SIXCO JV  for  CP of Sea water intake structure at Sohar port Sultanate of Oman.

March 2015

  • CTS Middle East was recently awarded a contract by RAS GAS to upgrade CP systems for buried piping.

December 2014

  • Recently CTS has been awarded  $ 10 million EPC contract by Abu Dhabi Company for Onshore Oil Operations(ADCO) to provide Cathodic Protection to Well Casings in ADCO Fields.

May 2014

  • CTS has been awarded  AED 10 million contract by Abu Dhabi Gas Industries (Gasco) for replacement / repair of Cathodic Protection System and Anodes at Ruwais Natural Gas Liquids (NGL) Fractionation plant located in Ruwais Industrial Area, Abu Dhabi.

February 2014

  • Corrosion Technology Services Europe Ltd has continued to build on its impressive offshore track record. CTS Europe has been awarded another successive contract for Cathodic Protection Monitoring Systems with an oil super major in the East Asia Pacific region. Scope of work included, design of monitoring CP system for offshore platforms and supply of materials.
  • CTS exhibited at the Maysan Oil Show, Iraq from 23rd February with our local partner Iraqi Resources Company.
  • CTS attended the 15th Middle East Corrosion Conference & Exhibition 2014, hosted in Bahrain from 3rd to 5th February.

November 2013

  • CTS Europe has been awarded a $1.5 million contract by STFA Turkey to provide cathodic protection for a 1256 pile jetty being constructed at Tupras Izmit refinery. The jetty will be protected with impressed current cathodic protection and supply will include Zone 2 rated hazardous area transformer-rectifier units with capacities up to 450A. In addition, a quay wall containing 562 piles will be protected using sacrificial anodes.
  • CTSE has previously completed orders from other Turkish Contractors worth 0.6 million USD for protection of Storage Tanks at the same refinery
  • CTS Engineers recently completed for BP Georgia the Alternating Currents (AC) Mitigation, which aims to protect 186km of identified lengths of the BTC/SCP pipelines from the potential risks caused by interference of alternating currents across 18 sites.
  • CTS is pleased to announce it will be working with Petrofac on the ADCO Bab Compression Project. This project worth in excess of $600,000 for CTS represents the latest in a long line of successes this year for the Group. The cathodic protection scope of works includes Tanks, Trunk-lines and Flow-lines, the total project is expected to last 24 months.

October  2013

  • CTS Middle East was recently awarded another project at Ras Laffan, with Qatar Gas Transport Company Ltd (Nakilat). The scope of work included Cathodic Protection for reinforced concrete pier, associated structures and submerged steel piles. This year is proving to be a fantastic for the Middle East Concrete Division, with prestigious contracts awards spanning the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia, United Arab Emirates and now Qatar in 2013.

September 2013

  • CTS are appointed as local agent in the UAE by Abriox Ltd.
    Abriox have a range of products for monitoring the integrity of gas and fuel pipelines, including our world-leading MERLIN Remote Cathodic Protection Monitoring System, for more information visit www.abriox.com

July 2013

  • CTS Saudi Arabia office awarded $3.4M contract by Petrofac for cathodic protection of tanks and other structures on the new Saudi Aramco Jizan Refinery. CTS will utilise their resources in Saudi Arabia for design, manufacture and installation support. CTS are approved by Saudi Aramco for the manufacture of cathodic protection equipment.

June 2013

  • CTS awarded contracts for ZADCO 750K project. CTS have been awarded early works contracts by HLG for protection of reinforced concrete and other structures a forming part of the ZADCO 750K island development project
  • CTS Bahrain and Saudi offices awarded contracts for replacement of CP systems. CTS have ben awarded contracts totalling $3.6m for the replacement of power supplies for projects in Yanbu and Jubail Saudi Arabia. A contract for replacement of a failed CP system in Bahrain supplied by a competitor complete a trio of awards this month.
  • June 14th Raju Narayan of CTS Europe presents a paper on monitoring of Cathodic Protection on offshore structures at the ICorr seminar held in London. CTS are proud to support ICorr in this event. Check out Raju’s presentation on our website.

May 2013

  • CTS awarded contract to protect world’s tallest building. CTS Saudi Arabia office have been awarded a $4M contract for design, supply and installation of cathodic protection for the piles supporting the Kingdom Tower in Jeddah which is destined to become the world’s tallest building.
  • CTS Europe mobilise on schedule for BP BTS contract. CTS Europe managed to mobilise on May 6th to start maintenance works for BP manages assets in Azerbaijan and Georgia. Mobilisation also corresponded with the opening of CTS offices in the two countries.

January 2013

  • CTS awarded contracts worth 1.5million Euro for supply of materials for Sonelgaz, Algeria. CTS Middle East office have been awarded two contracts totalling almost 1.5 million Euro’s for supply of insulating joints and hazardous area junction boxes by CAMEG. CTS Europe will supply the junction boxes and our partner Nuova Giungas the isolating joints. CTS are expecting further contracts from Sonelgaz.

January 2013

  • CTS Europe awarded five year contract from BP Caspian for maintenance of BTS pipeline and associated assets. CTS Europe are pleased to have been selected by BP for monitoring work on the BTC pipelines in Azerbaijan and Georgia and of assets at Sanchagal Terminal. The contract involves the hire and training of local engineers and technicians as well as mobilisation of expatriate engineers.

September 2012

  • CTS launch their new global website representing all their businesses hubs: Europe, Middle East and India

July 2012

  • CTS awarded $2 million material supply contract with Saipem for Shah Gas Development Project in Abu Dhabi. This follows earlier awards from Saipem, Samsung and Tecnicas Reunidas for the same project. CTS will be designing cathodic protection systems for tank bases, tank internals, piping, hydrants, well casings and pipelines. Also supplied will be monitoring probes for detection of corrosion of steel in concrete and a comprehensive remote monitoring and control system for Samsung and Technicas projects.

July 2012

  • CTS India awarded ISO 9001 certification.

June 2012

  • CTS’ Saudi Arabian company successfully passes inspection for 16 nos. transformer-rectifier units for use in hazardous areas. CTS are certified by SIRA of the UK to produce transformer-rectifier units for use in Zone 2 Gas Group IIA/B areas. The supply follows supply of 12 units for the Pearl GTL project in Qatar. The current units are heading for Shell Majnoon project in Iraq.

May 2012

  • CTS India receive approval as vendor for Cathodic Protection for Pipelines.

May 2012

  • PML have been awarded their first project for protection of steel in concrete. The project involves replacement of power supplies on an existing cathodic protection system on a car park in southern England. Also included was an integrity assessment of a swimming pool structure. PML is a member of CPA, the leading association of companies working in the field of protection of concrete structures and is also a sustaining member of the UK Institute of Corrosion.

March 2012

  • CTS India receive approval as vendor for Cathodic Protection for Plant.

March 2012

  • CTS seal agreement with Aegis Technical Systems of Dubai to licence the Aegis ARMS remote monitoring system. CTS have been successfully using ARMS for a number of years and have found it to be the most reliable system available. Previous projects mainly centred around protection of steel in concrete. CTS are now incorporating the system into power supplies manufactured by PML in the UK and our Saudi office for pipeline and plant projects.

August 2011

  • CTS are pleased to have been awarded a major contract by JGC, Japan for the Barzan Gas Plant in Qatar. The project, worth $2.5 million is for design, materials supply and installation for cathodic protection for steel in concrete, tanks, vessels and in-plant piping. Barzan is currently the largest on-going green field project in Qatar. The win helps to reaffirm CTS’ dominant position in the Qatar market. Materials for the project will be manufactured in our UK and Sharjah facilities