Petrofac's RNZ Integrated Wins 5 Year Umbrella Deal from Petronas Carigali
Petrofac Limited’s Malaysian based engineering services business; RNZ Integrated (M) Sdn Bhd (Petrofac-RNZ) has been awarded a five-year umbrella design and engineering services contract in Malaysia by Petronas Carigali Sdn Bhd (Petronas Carigali).
Under the scope of the competitively tendered contract, Petrofac-RNZ will be providing a range of multi-discipline consultancy and design services against specific scopes of work for Petronas Carigali’s assets in the region. The contract will be delivered by the task-force teams from Petrofac-RNZ’s engineering centre in Kuala Lumpur, whilst also being able to access the complementary expertise from Petrofac’s wider capability base.
Craig Muir, managing director for Petrofac’s Engineering & Consulting Services business commented: “This award by Petronas Carigali provides us with an excellent foundation to continue growing our local engineering capability. Having the full suite of Petrofac’s services available in-country, supported by our strong track record for delivery alongside a large accessible local talent pool, this allows us to support our long term sustainability in the country. We are committed to supporting Petronas Carigali throughout this multi-discipline services contract and look forward to demonstrating the strength and depth of our engineering offer.”
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