Wood Group E&PF SA will have total operational responsibility for the platform, including offshore operations and maintenance, and onshore technical support, logistics and supply chain activities. Wood Group E&PF SA will manage and execute the contract, which runs through October 2006, by using a combination of management and technical personnel from Mexico and other Latin American operations. Required overhauls of the PGT 25 turbine/compressor packages will be performed by TransCanada Turbines, a joint venture between Wood Group and TransCanada Pipelines.
"The AKAL GC platform is an important investment for CSCC, and our primary goal is to ensure the delivery of first-class service to Pemex Exploración y Producción," stated Shinji Ishida, general director of CSCC.
"We are delighted to have won this contract, which represents a significant step in the development of our O&M business in Mexico," said Derek Blackwood, president - Americas, for Wood Group Engineering and Production Facilities. "Wood Group's proven performance in Latin America demonstrates our ability to safely operate and maintain facilities to maximum efficiency and availability."
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