Synectics has been awarded a contract to supply specialist camera stations for Saudi Aramco’s Zuluf development programme.

The Zuluf field is approximately 40 kilometres off Saudi Arabia's northeast coast. The development programme, consisting of a new unmanned oil production wellhead connected to a new central processing facility, is expected to be on-stream by the end of 2026.

United Arab Emirates-based offshore engineering and fabrication giant National Petroleum Construction Company confirmed the contract award to Synectics and its integration partner, Exctel Engineering, for the programme's Process and Security CCTV systems.

Synectics’ latest generation COEX™ C3000 TriMode camera stations will provide safety monitoring and surveillance covering critical locations on the platforms to monitor process activities and protect Saudi Aramco’s employees and assets.

Designed for hazardous-area applications and able to withstand operating temperatures up to 70 degrees Celsius, the COEX™ C3000 TriMode camera stations include the latest thermal imaging and encoding technology, providing unprecedented visual feedback in all lighting conditions.

Darren Alder, Head of Oil & Gas at Synectics, commented: “Synectics was selected for this project based on a proud legacy and outstanding reputation for delivering high-quality, field-proven solutions to the global oil and gas industry. Our ability and commitment to deliver the project scope to the required timescale was also crucial in the contract award.”

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