UK energy services firm Penspen has signed a clutch of deals £39.8 million worth during the second quarter of this year.
Adnoc has signed deals with a number of service providers, including AMEC, Mott MacDonald and Penspen, worth $204.4 million.
Penspen has won a clutch of contracts worth $70 million in the Middle East and Africa, dominated by new agreements with Adnoc.
Penspen has won a four-year contract to procure and construct flowlines and wellheads for 51 wells for ADNOC Onshore.
Petrozim Line has awarded a 10-month engineering contract to Penspen, on the Feruka-Harare pipeline in Zimbabwe.
When you think about the energy sector in Scotland your mind instinctively stirs up images of North Sea oil rigs and the ports of the country’s most north-easterly corner.
The Middle East has been a mainstay of Penspen and confirmation of that came earlier this week, with the announcement of a project management consultancy (PMC) award from Abu Dhabi’s ADNOC.
Nigeria is taking steps to secure further public-private partnerships in order to develop infrastructure in the energy sector.
An engineering firm has opened a new office in the city after growth in demand.
Global engineering management firm Penspen has opened an office in South America to facilitate a two-year contract in the region.
Global engineering management firm Penspen has been awarded a £54 million deal by Abu Dhabi National Oil Company (Adnoc) Onshore.
Penspen has won deal in Middle East.
Penspen has signed a $10million deal with Kuwait Gulf Oil Company.
Penspen, the engineering and management services company, has been awarded a FEED contract for further development of a natural gas pipeline in Ghana.
Engineering services firm Penspen has been awarded a contract from Sirius Group to conduct an engineering study for the monetisation of gas reserves from oilfields offshore Niger Delta.
Engineering services firm Penspen has been awarded a contract worth $4.3million from Gas Transmission Company Limited (GTCL), under the Ministry of Power, Energy and Mineral Resources of Bangladesh.
Engineering services firm Penspen is set to launch a feasibility study on extending a key pipeline in partnership with the Economic Community of West African States (Ecowas). Penspen and Ecowas signed a contract in February 2015 to enable a formal start to the feasibility study examining the current West African Gas Pipeline (WAGP) system performance and its possible future network extension to other Ecowas states.