Our team in Thailand is based in Bangkok and has been providing operations and maintenance services for the FPF-003 floating production, storage and offloading (FPSO) vessel on behalf of the field owner, Mubadala Petroleum, since 2011.
The ABS Classed FPSO is deployed on the Jasmine Field in the Gulf of Thailand and is located approximately 150 km offshore in 60 metres of water. Oil is produced from a multi-platform complex to the FPSO where the crude oil is separated from water and gas and stored until it is lifted to a sales tanker.
As both owner of the FPSO and its service provider, Petrofac supports Mubadala Petroleum's current requirements, while working with them to identify potential areas for further support on this and future projects in the Gulf of Thailand.
In 2016, we extended our relationship with Mubadala Petroleum with the award of a new and modified contract relating to the FPF-003. We signed a new ‘life of field’ agreement for the provision of operations and maintenance services to 2023.
We are delighted to be continuing our long-held relationship with Mubadala Petroleum and to be maintaining continuity of our O&M service delivery on the FPF-003. Through our existing relationship our teams have remained focused in supporting safe and effective production and on the 11th December 2017 we celebrated eight years without a lost time incident.
Manivannan Rajapathy, Managing Director of Petrofac Engineering & Production Services East
In 2018, we secured our first EPC contract in Thailand, leading a consortium with Saipem and Samsung to transform Thai Oil's existing oil refinery in Sriracha.