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KAEFER in Ireland secure maintenance contract extension with Vermillion for Bellanaboy Bridge gas terminal

Apr 13, 2021

KAEFER has further strengthened its relationship with Vermilion Energy by securing a contract extension to deliver engineering and maintenance support services to the Bellanaboy Bridge gas terminal, Ireland.


KAEFER in Ireland has entered into a two-year extension agreement with Vermilion Energy, the international energy producer, to deliver engineering, procurement and construction management (EPCM) services for Vermilion’s onshore Corrib Gas plant. Gas is transported from the Corrib gas field off the Irish northwest coast to the Bellanaboy Bridge gas plant through 90km of pipeline where it is then processed prior to being delivered to the national grid. Corrib is joint venture with Nephin Energy and Equinor.

David O’ Leary, Operations Director of KAEFER in Ireland said “We are pleased to continue our strong partnership with Vermilion Energy. We re­gard the award as a solid re­cog­ni­tion from Vermilion for our ap­proach and work, as well as the good in­ter­ac­tion and look forward to providing continued support that will ensure safe and successful operations.”

The agreement will run for two additional years to 2023. The work will be delivered by KAEFER’s Ireland - Mayo based onshore teams, with support from the KAEFER Ireland business. 


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KAEFER in the UK & Ireland serves a large and growing range of industries with asset integrity services. These services include access solutions, insulation, inspection & testing, protective coatings, asbestos management and more - generating an annual turnover of c.£250 Million. The company currently has 9 operating centres across the UK and Ireland, employing approximately 3,000 highly skilled and experienced people. Further information can be found at


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