GAC Marine to supply services for Petronas
GAC Marine’s Turkmenistan branch has been awarded two contracts by Petronas Carigali (Turkmenistan) Sdn Bhd (PC(T)SB) to provide marine services for its development of the Garagol Deniz West (GDW) offshore oil field.
GAC Marine will supply three anchor-handling vessels kitted out with specialist onboard equipment and crew to provide 24-hour support for the drilling operations. This includes transporting personnel and equipment from the onshore supply base to offshore facilities and between offshore rigs and platforms, oil spill response, accommodation, standby and emergency response support.
“GAC Marine has provided comprehensive marine services to support PC(T)SB’s offshore operations since our establishment in 2000 as one of the first foreign vessel operations in Turkmenistan,” said Nigel Bush, GAC Turkmenistan Marine manager.
“With the resumption of drilling and development, our modern fleet and highly trained team will continue to deliver high quality, tailor-made services in the safe and most cost-efficient manner,” he added.
GAC Marine has also secured a three-year contract to provide a tug supply vessel to support PC(T)SB’s ongoing operations.
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