SNC-Lavalin awarded five-year commissioning framework agreement in Oman

SNC LAVALIN LOGOKentz Overseas Company WLL, a wholly owned subsidery of SNC Lavalin, has been awarded the five-year contract by PDO. (Image source: SNC Lavalin)SNC-Lavalin has announced that its wholly owned subsidiary, Kentz Overseas Company WLL, has been awarded a five-year commissioning support services framework agreement by Petroleum Development Oman (PDO)

Under the agreement, Kentz Overseas Company will provide a variety of systems completions, commissioning and start-up service activities on a portfolio of oil and gas megaprojects within Oman, such as the Rabab Harweel Integrated Project and the Yibal Khuff Project.

“We are pleased to support PDO on these integrated schemes that are key to sustaining our client’s  long-term output,” said Martin Adler, President, Oil and Gas, SNC-Lavalin. “The agreement is our first with PDO and expands our footprint in the region. It also builds on our strong reputation for improving certainty of project delivery and ensuring successful start-up for our clients.”

The framework agreement extends from 2017 to 2022. SNC-Lavalin’s specialists will be fully integrated within PDO’s commissioning and start-up management team. Services will include full systems completions, commissioning and start-up management, planning, consultancy, supervision, execution and administration of various oil and gas and related facilities. 

Under this contract, SNC-Lavalin will also implement custom technical training programs. This will help train and develop local Omanis to perform completions, commissioning and start-up activities independently, utilizing specialized local vendor support where possible to maximize PDO’s in-country value strategy that aims to secure sustainable technical and commercial benefits for the Sultanate.

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