Penspen inks engineering study deal off Myanmar
Engineering and management services provider Penspen has been awarded a contract from an undisclosed oil and gas operator for an offshore natural gas project in Myanmar.
Penspen said on Monday that it would support drilling platform diesel fuel tank modification for the multi-field integrated natural gas development.
Under the engineering study project award, Penspen will perform the feasibility study and preliminary engineering for the modification of redundant drilling fuel tanks into condensate storage tanks.
The scope of work includes 3D modelling, mechanical integrity checks, a review of safety, existing designs, and lighting.
Neale Carter, Penspen executive vice president for the Middle East, Africa, and Asia Pacific regions, said: “This latest contract award bolsters our reputation in Myanmar and we look forward to undertaking this work in the second quarter of 2020”.
In recent company news, Penspen was awarded a contract in May by Target Engineering Construction for slug catcher replacement support on a project on Zirku Island in the United Arab Emirates.
The objective of the project is to replace the existing slug catchers at the Zirku Satah plant, operated by ADNOC Offshore.