Proserv Bags Spate of Decommissioning Contracts in Asia Pacific

Proserv Bags Spate of Decommissioning Contracts in Asia Pacific

Proserv, an energy services enterprise, has been awarded close to a US$4.0 mn worth series of contracts for its platform, severance, and floating production system and offloading (FPSO) decommissioning services in Asia Pacific. All of these contracts have been awarded in Malaysia via Sapura Technology Solutions Sdn Bhd by PCPP Operating Company, Western Australia via Fugro by BHP, the Gulf of Thailand via Baker Hughes by Chevron, and Indonesia by Premier Oil.

With the help of its broad portfolio of field-proven technologies and products, Proserv will be providing dredging, cold cutting, and abrasive cutting services as a role in the project work-scopes. With a view to work with decommissioning and client engineering challenges, the company could also explore its core expertise to formulate custom tooling solutions.

Awards Propel Proserv’s Reputation as Decommissioning Services Partner

The awards earned by Proserv have been expected to be a result of its decommissioning successes on a global platform in the recent time, where an estimated US$12.0 mn worth of work has been secured in the Gulf of Mexico, Scandinavia, the U.K., and Asia Pacific. Asia Pacific region president, Mathieu Al Kharfan has said that the company is delighted to have achieved the awards that reinforce the reliability and quality of its services and products and build on its 40-year track record in the sector.

Proserv has been presently investing an over US$2.0 mn for developing two new multi-string cutting (MSC) systems to conduct well severance campaigns for meeting market demands. It has been this very time of robust development and investment that the contracts have arrived.

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