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2003

Established

800

Employees

Our Mumbai office was established in 2003, back when the capital of Maharashtra was still known as Bombay. Since its creation, the Mumbai operational centre has played an essential role in supporting the delivery of successful projects across the Middle East, North Africa and Asia Pacific regions.

The Mumbai office:

  • started with a modest man-power of 17 employees and now has around 800 employees
  • focuses on pre-bid and proposals engineering
  • provides detailed engineering and FEED services for projects including Laggan Tormore in Shetland, Badra in Iraq and projects in Kuwait

In 2007, the ‘Petrofac Scholarship for Studies in Engineering’ was launched. In collaboration with the Arvind Gandbhir Secondary School at Jogeshwari in northern Mumbai, scholarships were awarded to high-performing pupils. For Petrofac, the ultimate goal behind this initiative is to help individuals continue their education in a recognised establishment where they will pursue an engineering qualification.

The Mumbai office has built a reputation for excellence in engineering through its involvement in several of Petrofac’s multi-billion dollar projects. The credit for this goes to our committed employees, many of whom have been with us since 2003 and have built their careers with us.

Lakshmi Venkatesh, General Manager, Mumbai