TWO new purchasers have joined FPAL, the driving force behind supplier selection in the North Sea.
This brings the supply-chain gateway’s purchaser member total to 82, which is an all-time record for the system.
Delta Hydrocarbons is a new (2007) small company focused on extracting oil&gas from older mature fields in The Netherlands.
Delta is dedicated to increasing hydrocarbons reserves and output from mature and underdeveloped fields through collaboration with both national oil companies and international oil companies, plus through selected acquisitions.
Delta is a private company with more than $1billion in funding commitments. More information can be found on its website at www.deltahydrocarbons.com
Taqa Energy, otherwise known as the Abu Dhabi National Energy Company, is a large entity employing almost 3,000 across the world.
Its subscription to FPAL covers the company’s operation in The Netherlands, where it employs 140 in The Hague.
Taqa’s portfolio includes the acquisition of the Dutch assets of BP. More information can be found at www.taqa.ae
Both of these new purchasers have also opted to become subscribers to Verify, bringing the total number of purchasers under that scheme to 29.
As part of their membership with FPAL, the Qualification System Notices for these two purchasers have just been dispatched to the European Official Journal.
If your organisation would benefit from registering with FPAL, contact the customer support team, which will be happy to discuss the possibilities offered to you through the system – phone +44 (0) 1224 337533, or see www.fpal.com