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Proserv and SapuraKencana join forces in the Asia Pacific

Proserv and SapuraKencana join forces in the Asia Pacific

25 January 2017 Asia, Featured, Offshore 0

Proserv and SapuraKencana have collaborated to provide enhanced technological services in the Asia Pacific region.

The companies will provide a range of services, including drilling, production, and decommissioning, with a strong focus on subsea production and maintenance services.

Proserv has 40 years of experience in the energy industry, particularly in drilling, production, and decommissioning; SapuraKencana is based in Malaysia and employs over 13,000 people across 20 countries.

The partnership brings together Proserv’s range of subsea-production equipment and controls, and SapuraKencana’s technical support, resources and assets.

Proserv Chief Executive Office David Lamont said “We’re partnering with a company that is well-respected throughout the Asia Pacific, which shares our values and commitment to service excellence.

“Our specialist capabilities complement SapuraKencana Petroleum’s diverse range of services, allowing us to further enhance our offering to clients, particularly in the subsea-services sector, whilst continuing to grow our presence in Malaysia and throughout the Asia Pacific region.

“Proserv is a technology services company, first and foremost, and this partnership firmly underlines our commitment to clients in the region through the delivery of highly reliable, efficient and competitive technology solutions.”

SapuraKencana Senior Vice President of Business Acquisition Vivek Arora said “We can now provide clients with more technical expertise and resources to support a range of subsea projects, in particular facility optimisation, to extend lifespan of fields, services and support.

“The partnership is a boost to clients to find smarter ways to navigate through the current changing oil and gas global environment with solutions to improve efficiency and asset obsolescence management.”

For more information visit the Proserv website.

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