US firm to secure Saudi oilfields
The New-Jersey based anti-terrorist firm Electronic Control Security Inc. (ECSI) finalized a $500,000 contract with the Demmam-based Abdulla Fouad Company, under which the American firm will secure Al-Khafji oilfield in Saudi Arabia, which is owned by Japan's Arabian Oil Company (AOC).
This is the sixth oil and gas facility within Saudi Arabia secured by ECSI. The US company is currently completing a $2.1 million security installation in Haradhfor Aramco and is expected to complete a seventh project for another Saudi oil company by May 2003.
Under the new agreement, ECSI will supply its Fiber Optic Intelligence Detection System (FOIDS) and Intruder Detection and Monitoring System (IDMS), designed to prevent unauthorized entry or access to the 44,200-linear-foot complex.
ECSI designs, manufactures and markets physical electronic security systems for high-profile, high-threat environments. It addresses the security needs of government installations, business organizations and corporate executives. The company has marketing agreements with GE FANUC, Dell, Visage and M3 Technologies. — (menareport.com)
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