Heritage

Making a difference for more than three decades.

2017 marks 36 years in business for Petrofac – and we have certainly come a long way. Petrofac started life in 1981 with just 25 people on board. Today we are a robust global business with around 13,500 employees.

Over the years, we have always remained focused on our clients, operational excellence and supporting the market’s changing needs. Here we look back on some of the milestones in our history; the key moments that have created the Petrofac you see today.

 

Three engineers walking through desert

1981

Petrofac is established as a producer of modular plant in Tyler, Texas, USA with 25 members of staff.

Exterior of Sharjah office

1991

Ayman Asfari and Maroun Semaan join the team and establish Petrofac International as an Engineering, Procurement and Construction (EPC) business, with an operational centre in Sharjah, United Arab Emirates.

Man standing beside pillar talking on walkie talkie

1992

Awarded the North Oman Crude Stabilisation project, valued at US$60 million.

Onshore gas plant

2000

Awarded the landmark 39-month Ohanet project, a joint venture with ABB valued at US$600 million.

Man looking at engineering designs on paper

2001

Our engineering and construction services are expanded to include field facilities and development planning, early stage engineering, design and consultancy. A new office is established in Woking, England.

Man looking out to offshore platform

2002

PGS Production acquired to create a facilities management business in Aberdeen, Scotland.

Gas plant with blue sky

2013

Inauguration of our largest EPC project to date, the US$3.4bn Galkynysh gas field project in Turkmenistan.

Two men smiling and wearing safety helmets and glasses

2015

Continued to grow our presence in the Middle East, with our largest contract win in Kuwait at US$4 billion in consortium with Consolidated Contractors Company.

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2016

Extended our 28-year track record in Oman with the award of the Salalah LPG extraction project. We currently have four mega-projects underway in the Sultanate, valued at around US$5.2 billion.