Petrofac secures engineering design services contract for oil and gas sector in Brunei

Petrofac, as technical service provider, and its partner Serikandi Oilfield and Services Sdn Bhd, have secured a multi-annual engineering design services contract to support Brunei Shell Petroleum (BSP) and Brunei LNG (BLNG) in Brunei.

Petrofac and partner Serikandi will provide engineering across all phases of the asset lifecycle for the entire portfolio of onshore and offshore assets for BSP and BLNG.
Petrofac and partner Serikandi will provide engineering across all phases of the asset lifecycle for the entire portfolio of onshore and offshore assets for BSP and BLNG.

BSP has been established in Brunei for almost 90 years, with activity primarily focused on exploration and production of crude oil and natural gas from onshore and offshore fields. Founded in 1969, BLNG was the first LNG plant in the Western Pacific to pioneer large-scale liquefaction of natural gas.

All engineering and design work will be undertaken in Brunei, with the team located at offices in Kuala Belait.

Mani Rajapathy, managing director, Petrofac EPS East, said: “We are extremely pleased to be back in Brunei after a number of years, partnering with Serikandi in the delivery of this work for key clients in this area. Our portfolio continues to expand in the Asia Pacific region and we look forward to delivering top-class engineering design services in a safe and efficient manner to support these critical operations in Brunei.

Shaikh Khalid Bin Shaikh Ahmed, chairman and managing director of Serikandi Group of Companies, said: “The Serikandi Petrofac partnership brings together significant expertise and experience. We look forward to working collaboratively to deliver leading energy solutions to the Brunei oil and gas sector with our focus on safety and delivering in-country value at the forefront of our approach.”

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