Video: Face-to-face with Peter O'Sullivan, CEO of Penspen
The London-headquartered company has performed reasonably well in the Abu Dhabi market, where it has been dealing with ADNOC for decades now
UK-based Penspen has been consolidating its position in the Middle East’s oil and gas market on the basis of its engineering and project management services to the energy industry.
The London-headquartered company has performed reasonably well in the Abu Dhabi market, where it has been dealing with ADNOC for decades now.
Among the several delivered and existing contracts in Abu Dhabi, Penspen’s latest work for ADNOC has come in the form of an agreement with Matrix Construction in Q4 2016, to provide modification works at Bab and Asab fields, located west of Abu Dhabi. The fields are owned and operated by the Abu Dhabi Company for Onshore Petroleum Operations Ltd (ADCO).
Earlier last year, ADCO commissioned a project to upgrade the facilities at the fields, in order to improve reliability, integrity and performance.
Penspen has been sub-contracted the detailed engineering works by Matrix Construction, the EPC contractor. The works on Bab and Asab fields comprise planned modifications and improvements on non-associated gas facilities.
Penspen previously carried out the FEED work for this project and is therefore well positioned to deliver a highly successful outcome.
Arabianoilandgas.com got a chance to have a brief word with Peter O’Sullivan, the chief executive officer of Penspen, at ADIPEC 2016 in Abu Dhabi, to know more about the company’s objectives. Watch the video: