MPH Global Services SAS

          MPHGS SAS, headquartered in Paris is a group of companies providing solutions to international projects of Operators and Industrial & Engineering companies in Energy-Oil and Gas,Power Plants & Solar Plants, Construction & engineering, Naval construction , Defense & Aeronautics, Industry & transportation, Telecom sectors.
MPH group has been serving the Oil and Gas industry for the past 25 years and is one of the leading technical service provider for the international projects of major operators and engineering companies in this sector. MPH group merged with Assystem in 2011 thereby extending its reach to other segments excelled by Assystem.
ASSYSTEM is an international Engineering and Innovation Consultancy. A major player in engineering and innovation consulting for over 40 years, Assystem has real expertise fully focused on the industry, particularly in aeronautics, naval and defence, energy, nuclear, and automotive. ASSYSTEM employs 10,200 people worldwide and reported nearly €850 million in pro forma revenue in 2011.The Company is listed on NYSE Euronext Paris — Compartment B — Code ISIN: FR0000074148 — ASY. For more information:

Our Project Portfolio

  • Project: Yemen LNG Ltd, YLNG project

    As the country’s largest-ever industrial investment (budgeted around US$ 4 billion), the decision to launch the Yemen LNG project was an important milestone for both the Government of Yemen and the Yemen LNG shareholders (TOTAL, Hunt, Yemen Gas Company, SK Corporation, KOGAS, Hyundai Corporation and GASSP).

    Synopsis: 320 km pipeline complete from the Marib gas field to the liquefaction plant
    MPH Project Value: USD 1.6 M
    Number of Consultants: 78 in Civil / Construction, Pipeline, HSE / Environment, Administration - Logistics, QA/QC, Instrumentation,Mechanics, Document control, Metallurgy welding and Operations
  • The Company: Rio Tinto Alcan

        Rio Tinto Alcan is one of five product groups operated by Rio Tinto, a leading international mining group. The company is the global leader in the aluminium business and one of the world's largest producers of bauxite, alumina and aluminium. Their leadership is reinforced by extensive project pipeline, benchmark smelting technology, enviable hydropower position.
    MPH Projects Participation: EMAL (Phase 1&2) – Abu Dhabi, U.A.E, VEDANTA / NALCO – Orissa, India, BALCO – Korba, India, BALCO – Madhya Pradesh, India, RICHARDS BAY – South Africa
    Number of Consultants: 23 in HSE Engineering, Mechanical Engineering, Civil Engineering, AUTOCAD Operators
  • Project: Total E&P Iran, South Pars Project Phase I & II

    As part of a multiphase development process, the Iranian authorities awarded Phases 2 & 3 to Total South Pars, a Total subsidiary and two partners, Gazprom and Petronas. Four-and-a-half years later, Phases 2 & 3 were the first of the planned 14 development phases to come on stream.
    Synopsis:For this development, TOTAL chose to tie the production platforms into onshore installations using large-diameter, 105 KM long multiphase pipelines, a bold move that had never been attempted over such a long distance and that demanded exceptional proficiency in multiphase transportation.
    MPH Contract Value: USD 1.5 M      Number of Consultants: 63
    MPH Project Participation: The provision of 63 multi-discipline Engineers and Technicians dedicated to the following activities: Supervisory role during FEED; Basic & Detailed engineering; Supervisory role for Piping, Mechanical, Electrical & Instrumentation; Project Management; Site Procurement/Logistics; Maintenance activities; Commissioning; HSE; Production.
  • The company: Alstom Transport

    A promoter of sustainable mobility, Alstom Transport develops and markets the most complete range of systems, equipment and services in the railway sector. Alstom Transport manages entire transport systems, taking in rolling stock, signaling and infrastructure, and offers “turnkey” solutions. Alstom Transport is present in over 60 countries and employs some 27,000 people.
    The Project: Al Sufouh Tramway Project
    Al Sufouh Tramway is a tramway being built in Al Sufouh, Dubai. It will run 14.5 kilometers (9.0 mi) along Al Sufouh Road from Dubai Marina to the Burj Al Arab and the Mall of the Emirates. The Al Sufouh Tram will use 11 of Alstom's Citadis 402 trams for Phase 1. The trams will be 44 m (144 ft.) long, with a capacity of 300 passengers and a maximum speed of 50 km/h (31 mph), giving an average commercial speed of 20 km/h (12 mph).The project is expected to be completed in 2014
  • The company: Total AKPO Nigeria

    Synopsis: Discovered in 2000, the Akpo gas and condensate field is located around 200 kilometers offshore Port Harcourt in water depths ranging from 1,100 to 1,700 meters. The field development plan required 22 producing wells, 20 water injection wells and 2 gas injection wells, tied back to a floating production, storage and offloading (FPSO) vessel with a storage capacity of 2 million barrels.
    Number of Consultants: 28
    MPH specialists we mobilized both in Nigeria and South Korea for the FPSO construction: Site Welding, Contracts, Stock, UFR construction, Engineering, Drilling, FPSO specialists
  • Project: Dolphin Energy Qatar Export Pipeline

    The three Dolphin Energy Limited shareholders are Mubadala Development Company with 51 % Total 24.5 % and Occidental Petroleum with 24.5%. Mubadala Development Company is wholly owned by the Government of Abu Dhabi.
    A 48-inch Export Pipeline will run over 370 kms from Ras Laffan to the UAE, where gas receiving facilities are being constructed to facilitate local distribution; and another 24-inch pipeline crosses 182 kilometers of desert and mountain between the UAE-Oman border at Al Ain and Fujairah.
    Number of Consultants: 60 onshore and offshore including Contract, Project, Planning, Cost, Mechanical / Rotating, Piping Inspection and Civil/ Structural specialists.
  • Case Study

    Supporting the Usan project, an offshore development about 100 kilometers off Nigeria.
    Project to build an FPSO
    Water depth: 750 to 850 meters. Production: 180,000 barrels per day. Storage capacity: 2 million barrels. Budget: US$6 billion.
    Assystem responsibilities via MPH Owner engineering support for various packages:
    FPSO under construction by Hyundai in South Korea. SURF (Subsea/Umbilicals/Risers/Flowlines), Saipem, France and Nigeria. Disciplines covered in the design and construction phase: Quality, QA/QC, Piping, Procurement, Contracts, Document Control, Flowline Installation, HSE. Participation of the teams during the towing and hook-up phases. 30 people assigned full-time.