Petroleum installations and maintenance
Level 2-BBBEE | Engen Petroleum Accreditation | Sustainability Approach | Compliance Standards
PetroENG Petroleum Engineering is based in the Western Cape, South Africa, operating in the Petrochemical Industry. PetroENG was born in 2013 from its sister company, Bevlon Petroleum Maintenance and Installations, that has been providing first-class service in petroleum installations and maintenance to companies such as Engen, BP Southern Africa, K & T Consulting, MAJ Projects, Kansai Plascon, UCT and Air Force SA, to name but a few since 1982. PetroENG has applied and adopted Bevlon’s Operational, Quality and Occupational Health Safety & Environmental Management System to conform to the high quality as set out by Bevlon.
Through ongoing training, PetroENG ensures that each project is undertaken and overseen by skilled professionals. Our trade qualified and experienced workforce has a broad range of skills including mechanical, engineering and fabrication. Our artisans are highly trained and our welders are tested in compliance with ASME IX and work according to the API specifications in quality control.
PetroENG is a Level 2-BBBEE contributor.
Our petroleum maintenance services cater for the South African market and range from fuel tank repair to the diesel tank installation and pipeline fabrication of gas stations.
Scope of work
Petroeng’s main focus is the engineering of quality and safe Petroleum facilities. The service and product, either complete project or
individually, that we offer:
Depot and Mechanical
We are able to provide you with mechanical engineering services to ensure that tanks are in pristine condition and all pipelines are fitted and tested to meet superior-quality standards.
• Fabrication of pipelines
• Tank repair and restoration
• Pressure testing on pipelines
We also offer civil engineering services focused on upgrading and rebuilding sites, stations and forecourts.
• Upgrade of retail sites/service stations and rebuilding of an entire forecourt
Diesel tank installations and pipe work
Our experienced team are highly experienced in the installation of pipework (above and underground) as well as fuel tank installation and bulk depot storage facilities.
• Bulk depot storage facilities and pipelines
• Retail site pump and tank (diesel tanks, fuel tanks, underground tanks) installation
• Underground pipework, including KPS pipes
DIESEL TANK INSTALLATIONS – ABOVE GROUND
TANK INSTALLATIONS – UNDERGROUND TANKS
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Through ongoing training, Petroeng ensures that each project is undertaken and overseen by skilled professionals. Our trade qualified and experienced workforce of 49 people has a broad range of skills including mechanical, engineering and fabrication.
Our artisans are highly trained and our welders are tested in compliance with ASME IX and work according to the API specifications in quality control. Petroeng achieved a Level 2-BBEE status and certain of our staff hold shares in the company.
PETROLEUM ENGINEERING FAQs
- Is petroleum engineering worth it – the importance of petroleum engineering
Answer: Absolutely. We rely on petroleum for infrastructure to function and use diesel tanks (above and underground) on a daily basis. Due to the hazards associated with fuel, it’s essential that tanks are installed by experts to ensure complete safety.
- How to clean diesel tanks – use our sister company diesel tank cleaning services
Answer: PetroENG’s sister company, Bevlon, is a leading diesel tank maintenance company. They use superior-quality sandblasting methods which remove contaminants that build up in fuel tanks.
- Why is Diesel tank safety important?
Answer: Fuel is extremely flammable; therefore, it’s vital to keep an eye out for leaks and tank deterioration such as rust or corrosion. Diesel fuel, paint and degreasing solvents are highly flammable. Also, situate diesel storage tanks away from buildings. Make sure you keep fuels away from children.
- What is fuel tank safety?
Answer: Fuel tank safety is any precautionary measure to reduce potential danger from the highly-flammable substance.