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Dietsmann wins $25M Maintenance Services Contract in South Sudan

14-12-2012
In November 2012 Dar Petroleum - South Sudan’s biggest oil company – awarded Dietsmann the contract for the Provision of Operation & Maintenance for Production Resumptions at the Moleeta oilfield in the Melut Basin.
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Dietsmann awarded Maintenance Engineering and Inspection contract in Kharyaga

15-10-2012
In 2012 Dietsmann was awarded the Maintenance Engineering and Inspection contract for the Kharyaga Development Project Phase III Package 4 by Total E&P Russia.
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Dietsmann wins $85M Global Maintenance Contract in Angola

10-09-2012
Thanks to its continuing good performance of the Pazflor FPSO Global Maintenance Contract, Dietsmann’s Angolan Sonangol-Dietsmann joint venture subsidiary, SONADIETS, has been awarded the Global Maintenance Contract for Clov - Pazflor’s highly sophisticated sister deep water FPSO - by Total E&P Angola.
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Dietsmann wins $40M Services Contract in Iraq

31-08-2012
In August 2012, Dietsmann was awarded a Technical Assistance contract for the onshore Zubair Oil field in Iraq by Eni Zubair. The contract has an initial duration of 2 years and mobilization of the contract has commenced in 2013.
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Dietsmann acquires REP Engineering, a Russian Global Maintenance Services Company

22-06-2012
On June 20, Dietsmann acquired a 51% stake in REP Engineering, a Russian Global Maintenance Services Company providing repair and maintenance services to power stations, including four large plants operated by Russian wholesale power generating company ENEL OGK-5 which have a combined installed capacity of over 8.7 Gigawatts.
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Dietsmann reports healthy results in challenging 2011

11-04-2012
Breda, the Netherlands, April 11, 2012 – Dietsmann, the leading independent provider of integrated operation and maintenance services for oil, gas, LNG production facilities and power plants, today published its 2011 annual results. Dietsmann is proud to report that it booked healthy revenues and profits in 2011, in what proved to be a very challenging year.
The civil war in Libya forced us to suspend our activities in the country for more than eight months, while delayed contract awards in Iraq and deferred major C-inspection overhauls in Nigeria all had a negative impact on our results. Dietsmann responded quickly and effectively to these setbacks and managed to win a number of very important contracts that have put the company firmly back on the road to growth.
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