Marsol signs 2-yr tanker contract with OOCEP
Marsol International, a UAE-based global marine solutions provider focused on the offshore oil terminal market and related infrastructure, has signed a 2-yr contract with Oman Oil Company Exploration & Production LLC (OOCEP) for the provision and management of the marine and offshore activities related to the tanker loading, via the single point mooring (SPM) offshore marine terminal including maintenance works, vessels, equipment, and manpower.
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“Following the successful exportation of the first and second crude oil from the Musandam gas plant we are delighted to have been selected to support OOCEP for the next two years,” said Mike Young, Director of Marsol International. “Our tanker operations and our product transfer services ensure safe and efficient mooring and unmooring at the SPM and are a crucial element of our asset integrity management service.”
The Musandam gas plant, located on the west coast of the Musandam Peninsula, has a processing capacity of up to 20,000 bbl of crude; 45 MMcfd of gas and 75 t of LPG per day.
Since 2005, based on experience gained over 47 yr, Marsol International has provided operational engineering and management solutions to clients, consultants and EPC contractors for new offshore terminal facilities, and operational integrity management and IRM services of existing facilities to offshore terminal owners and operators.
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