ACES News

ACES News

28 Jun 2014
ACES Erbil completed recently the site investigations works for two major projects in Tawke oilfield in Kurdistan. The first project was for a 43 km oil export pipeline whereas the second project comprises two 50m diameter oil tanks, water treatment facility, warehouse, and workshop, among others. In total 56 test pits were excavated and 23 boreholes were drilled in both projects with depths ranging from 10-60m. The field tests included plate bearing, electrical and thermal resistivity tests. The client/owner is Det Norske Oljeseleskap (DNO).
17 Jun 2014
ACES Jeddah is pleased to announce to its valued customers the arrival of new computerized chemical testing machine (Shimadzu Optical Emission Spectrometer PDA-7000) to its equipment gallery. The chemical testing machine is manufactured by M/s. Shimadzu Corporation in Japan, and is used for chemical analysis of steel and iron, and can give percentation of 15 chemical elements in the tested materials (such asCarbon, Silicon, Phosphorous, Nicel and lieks) with assured high quality testing, robust and high accuracy.
7 Jun 2014
ACES Khartoum has been awarded the geotechnical investigation for the Sudanese Eritrean Interconnection Transmission Line Project, which links between Kassala (Eastern Sudan) & Teseney (Western Eretria). The length of the proposed transmission line is 52Km. The scope of work includes drilling of 51 boreholes and routine laboratory tests with total depth of 477m. The owner & client of this project is the Sudanese Electricity Transmission Co.
13 May 2014
ACES Abu Dhabi was awarded on-land topographical survey and underground detection for M/s Petrofac Emirates in Satach Al Razbooth (SARB) project in Ziku Island, Abu Dhabi. Total survey area is 59,409 square meter, installation of six (6) benchmarks and underground detection by Ground Penetration Radar (GPR) technology.
6 May 2014
BECHTEL awarded the Geotechnical Investigations for the Shaheen Alumina Project to ACES Abu Dhabi. The Investigations was two separate portions, Buxite Residue Storage Area and Aluminum Refinery Area. Both areas included 40 boreholes of 15m to 40m depths, 53 CPTs, 24 Seismic CPTs, 41 Trial Pits, 41 DCPTs, 18 Piezometers, 7 Dilatomters, 12 Seismic Dilatometers, 10 Electrical Resistivity Tests, 7 Thermal Resistivity Tests, 2 Seismic Cross-hole Tests, 8 Seismic Refraction Survey Lines and 12 HPD tests.