Peterson and Itaoca Offshore announce partnership for development of new Brazil terminal

Itaoca Offshore and Peterson Offshore Group announced a partnership and consulting agreement for the development of the Itaoca project. Peterson has strengthened its relationship with Premier Oil, a leading independent exploration. Peterson Offshore Group Netherlands, hereafter ‘Peterson’, has excelled in its Achilles FPAL Verify Audit. Peterson Chemicals BV has again expanded its fleet of “portable offshore tanks” with the addition of a number of kerosene tanks. The Egyptian ONE-STOP service provider Pan Marine and leading international energy logistics company Peterson are joining forces to operate in the Egyptian market. The Itaoca Offshore project will be a private terminal (TUP), located in Itapemirim, in the Espírito Santo (ES) state in southeast Brazil.

The Dales Voe decommissioning facility in Shetland is one step closer to becoming a centre of excellence for recycling offshore structures. Peterson UK Limited, a major logistics and service provider to the offshore energy industry, has concluded a new long-term agreement. Veolia-Peterson received two structures from the Total, formerly Maersk Oil, Leadon field at their Greenhead Base in Shetland. Petrofac and Dana Petroleum Ltd are celebrating the launch of a new vessel sharing scheme. It designed to provide logistical support to the supply chain for the exploration and production of offshore oil and gas.

“Peterson is an international port operator with extensive experience in the oil and gas industry”, said Álvaro de Oliveira Jr, COO of Itaoca Offshore.

Peterson has worked with Premier since 2010 providing integrated logistics services to support its North Sea activity. Achilles FPAL Verify is a supplier audit which rigorously benchmarks performance for the benefit of over 2,000 individual international buyers. The tanks have been built especially to support the logistics requirements for the growing global wind industry. Pan Marine and Peterson together are providing the first integrated supply base management in Abu Qir to their end client Dana Gas Egypt. The structures from Spirit Energy’s ST-1 arrived in the dedicated port facility on 15 July.

The new agreement will see Peterson operate a wide range of warehouse, cargo and logistic services from the port. The midline structure weighing 150te from the Leadon field was received on 1st July on behalf of Maersk Supply Service. The development includes 10 mooring berths and a service pier of 300 meters, a continental storage area with more than 600,000m². The new contract, which Peterson won following a competitive tender, will see Peterson support Premier for up to a decade. The audit process involves a visit to a nominated suppliers’ premises and covers Quality. Helicopters are an integral part of any logistics concept for offshore wind farms as they are highly flexible.

The service includes logistics management for all supply base work at Abu Qir Port. The platforms is important to maximize the value of the materials. It including fuel bunkering to support the oil & gas and renewable energy sectors being supplied from their Lowestoft Supply Base. The partnership of Veolia-Peterson also supported the recovery of the towheads by provision of offshore Radiological Protection Services. The collaborative approach to supplying the offshore energy industry sees Peterson acting as an independent facilitator as well as vessel charterer. It’s situated in a strategic location for operators who have acquired or expanded their assets in the ES basins.

The scope will see Peterson extend the services it already provides to Premier, co-ordinating and managing resources. The Health, Safety and Environmental elements of the Verify audit are assessed in line with recognised industry. Peterson Chemicals has been a household name in the oil and gas industry and is transitioning its skills to the wider energy sector. Pan Marine is well-known in supporting the Egyptian market oil & gas needs for more than 40 years. ST-1, comprising of a 45 metre high 1,300 tonne steel jacket and 1,200 tonne topsides structure, was originally installed in 1994. Company delighted to establish a new operations base in the Port of Lowestoft.

It making them the ideal partner for the preconstruction and construction phase of Itaoca Offshore. Excellent scores were achieved with Peterson receiving 9.6 for Quality, 9.5 for both Health & Safety the Environment. Peterson Chemicals supplies a range offshore production chemicals such as glycols. The new contract with Dana Gas marks Peterson’s first move into the Egyptian market. Comprising three levels including a cellar and accommodation unit, the weather deck with pedestal crane. The Lowestoft has been supported by our major stakeholders and we look forward to continuing to work closely with ABP. The collaboration will support the planning, design and commercialization of the initial development of Itaoca.

“With Itaoca’s strategic location we have identified an opportunity for greater efficiency for transporting equipment”, said Erwin Kooij, CEO of Peterson Offshore Group.

It can also help clients by managing complex legislation including the International Carriage of Dangerous Goods. Dana Gas Egypt selected the Pan Marine/Peterson Team to resource and operate its Abu Qir shore base facilities. The final part of the decommissioning programme, covering the removal of the topsides and jackets. The move by Peterson comes at a time when the Port of Lowestoft is expanding its provision of services to the offshore energy industry. As co-managers of the port and logistics center, Peterson will provide operational support for the strategic planning. The agreement will see increased activity in the port’s Inner Harbour and provides a further indication of positive business growth in the port.

The advising on the commercialization and development of the operational layout. The scores show a significant improvement in performance across all areas from the last FPAL. The Leadon field decommissioning program was approved in March 2016. The CNNS pool builds on Peterson’s experience and success managing vessel sharing in the Southern North Sea for more than two decades. Peterson’s technology and resource sharing culture place the company in the ideal position to facilitate this collaboration. The FPSO vessel that was responsible for production in the field. It consumables to offshore platforms in Brazil.

Peterson has focused on developing digital logistics solutions to improve processes and efficiency across operations. It will replicate the model that have developed with great success in the North Sea and internationally. This is the first project Peterson and Pan Marine have collaborated for. Peterson has an excellent reputation and our new agreement signifies the next stage of customer growth at the port. It focusing on working as a port developer and developing a customer base. The CNNS pool members are already experiencing many benefits including maximising efficiency through combining volumes. Construction for the project is expected to start in 2020.

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