In Saudi Arabia, Transformer oil testing made easy for all its parameters including full TCA and DGA, Dielectric strength and so on. All the tests and parameters are analysed as per Saudi Accreditation committee and complying with ISO/IEC 17025 standards. Our laboratory excels in professionally carrying out all tests as well as collecting samples from any specified locations.
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To see complete list of test methods and parameters we use in transformer oil testing, please visit our page Transformer Oil Testing Full Analysis.
We are pleased to offer cutting edge services for all types of oil in Saudi Arabia. We hold strong capability to test lube oil OCM and extended for used engine oil, fresh engine oil as well as for crude oi, diesel, MGO analysis and transformer oil testing within Saudia Arabia.
To view full scope of testing, please visit our page Testing to understand what parameters and test methods are involved in each test and what are the package combinations that we offer.
Our main laboratories handle a huge volume of crude slate and assay testing and have a great track record in completing jobs in time and with 110% customer satisfaction.
We enjoy wide scope capability as well as accreditation in all fields of oil analysis from basis to full and extended to blending and so on to meet customer needs. Our Saudi Laboratory covers all the suburbs from front, back, right and the left to accommodate customers with the nearest lab almost to their door step. It circles Bahrain, Qatar, Kuwait, Sudan and all other adjacent regions, helping them out with all their testing, inspection and calibration requisites from same location.
Our lab in Jubail, KSA, provides instant and state of the art services to all ships / vessels approaching and reaching Saudi Arabia with all of the on-shore, off-shore survey, quality and quantity inspection and all type of commodities testing with SAC certified and ISO accredited scope.
So feel free to drop us email and our proficient surveys would reach you out well in-time anywhere in Saudi.
Malaysian national oil company Petronas says it expects to spend up to $16 billion to build a liquefied natural gas export facility in western Canada.
Arif Mahmood, Petronas vice president of corporate planning, says the company will invest between $9 billion and $11 billion to construct two LNG liquefaction plants.
Another $5 billion will be invested in a 750 kilometer-long pipeline, to be built by TransCanada Corp., to supply gas to the two plants, he said Tuesday in an email to The Associated Press.
The Pacific Northwest LNG project, located on Lelu Island in the Port Edward district, will liquefy and export natural gas produced by Progress Energy Canada. Both companies are owned by Petronas, which secured its first LNG buyer, Japan Petroleum Exploration Co.