$100 Million Energy Deal for Oklahoma-based Companies

More than $100 million in contracts are going Tulsa-based ProEnergy Service EPC Services for the engineering, procurement, and construction of two power plants in Pakistan.
Engineering on the project will be subcontracted to EDG Engineers in Tulsa. In addition, a number of the components for these power plants will be manufactured in Tulsa.
Iqbal Z. Ahmed, founding chairman of one of Pakistan’s largest energy businesses, Associated Group, and a partner in Pakistan Power Resources, announced the $100 million in contracts.
“ProEnergy Services is a leader in the power industry and we are looking forward to our partnership with this company and several other Oklahoma-based companies in the development of these much-needed power plants in Pakistan,” said Ahmed, who was named one of Pakistan’s top entrepreneurs in 2006 by Newsweek magazine. “These plants must go online quickly, providing electricity to areas of my country that are currently dramatically underserved. I have been impressed with the get it done attitude of these Oklahoma companies and their ability to provide the high-quality expertise the project requires in the timeframe it needs.”
Okla. Lt. Gov. Jari Askins welcomed Ahmed to Oklahoma and thanked him for the business partnership between Oklahoma and Pakistan businesses, as well as for his efforts to increase peace and stability in Pakistan and the Middle East.

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