Peterson and OneSubsea agree logistics services contract in Trinidad and Tobago
Published by Laura Dean,
Peterson has agreed a project logistics services contract with OneSubsea to support their work on the Matapal project in Trinidad and Tobago.
The contract award will see Peterson deliver turnkey logistics support to OneSubsea for the project, including undertaking the heavy moving and lifting, materials management, loading and discharging and associated services for three of the subsea structures that will support the Matapal project. Mobilisation will occur from the ChagTerms base in Chaguaramas from October 2020 and will continue until June 2021.
Maarten Spiljard, Regional Director at Peterson, said: “We are delighted to work with OneSubsea and support them on this important project for the region. The contract award demonstrates our experience and expertise in integrated project logistics, built on over 50 years’ experience supporting energy logistics globally, and our growing presence in this region.”
Obinna Okafor, Project Manager on the Matapal project for OneSubsea, added: “It has been a great pleasure working with Peterson on this project. Peterson has proven to be a reliable partner for the execution of subsea projects and together we have already successfully met several milestones. We look forward to the successful execution and delivery of the project in the coming months.”
The contract will be active for a period of one year, with both parties intent on exploring further opportunities across the Caribbean region.
Peterson is continuing to grow its presence in the Caribbean region and offers the full range of logistics and marine agency services from bases in Trinidad and Tobago, Guyana and Suriname.
Throughout the region Peterson utilises its i software to proactively monitor activity, providing greater visibility, efficiency and accuracy in the movement of their clients’ critical resources.
Read the article online at: https://www.oilfieldtechnology.com/offshore-and-subsea/21102020/peterson-and-onesubsea-agree-logistics-services-contract-in-trinidad-and-tobago/
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