Petrochad needed a reliable and durable Shelter Solution for their remote Central African oil fields.
Petrochad is a subsidiary of Glencore, a multinational commodity trading and mining company. As of 2015, Glencore ranked tenth in the Fortune 500 list of the world’s largest companies.
Petrochad is responsible for operations at the Glencore-onwed Badila and Mangara oil fields in the Doba Basin in Southern Chad.
Petrochad needed a shelter that could be manufactured and installed efficiently ahead of the wet season to ensure the safe, secure and protected storage of important chemicals.
Petrochad needed a durable and proven Shelter Solution that could be transported to and installed at a remote oil field in Chad.
DomeShelter Australia worked closely with Petrochad’s management team in London to develop a solution that also made use of surplus shipping containers already on-site.
DomeShelter Australia designed, engineered and manufactured the following Shelter Solutions:
- 17m W x 48.8m L Container Mounted DomeShelter™ Structure with Endwalls (x2)
Chris Burton, a contractor who has worked with DomeShelter Australia for many years, was sent to Chad to assist the local on-site team with the install.