Petrofac, in a three way partnership (JV) with Turkish Standards Institution (TSE), has secured a three-year multi-million greenback Project Management Consultancy (PMC) providers contract in help of the BOTA? North Marmara Underground Gas Storage Expansion Project (Phase III) in Turkey.
The present facility, situated roughly 60 kilometres west of Istanbul, has been in operation since 2007 and BOTA? intends to increase its working fuel capability to four.6 billion cubic metres. The TSE Petrofac JV is accountable for managing and supervising areas which can cowl the primary phases and scopes of labor. These embrace detailed design, engineering, procurement, development, drilling and decommissioning, together with commissioning and start-up actions.
Roberto Bertocco, Managing Director, EPCm for Petrofac stated: “We are happy to accomplice with TSE within the supply of this key challenge for BOTA?. This is our second award in Turkey in just below a 12 months and is additional proof of our progress technique in motion. The alternative to offer experience and finest apply via the availability of PMC providers additional demonstrates to soundly and successfully oversee key actions within the supply of considerable programmes of labor.”
Koray Yenigürbüz, Group Head at TSE and the JV Project Director, stated: “The general challenge entails the enlargement of a key Turkish facility, with each onshore and offshore elements. The TSE Petrofac partnership brings collectively vital worldwide expertise in addition to native supply functionality and we sit up for working collaboratively in direction of the profitable supply of this challenge for BOTA?.”
BOTA? Petroleum Pipeline Corporation (BOTAS) is a completely state-owned crude oil and pure fuel pipelines and buying and selling firm in Turkey. (Source and picture: Petrofac)
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