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Shell selects Wood for services at Malampaya Field in the Philippines

20 from 2018 to 08 at 08: XNUMX
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The oil and gas engineering specialist has secured a new six-year contract with Shell to provide asset management services for the Malampaya deepwater gas-to-power project in the Philippines.

Wood will provide maintenance services, modifications and shutdown support as part of the contract covering Shell's onshore facilities in Batangas and offshore assets in the Malampaya field, near the island of Palawan. The company did not provide financial details. The contract will be supported by Wood's local presence in Manila and the regional upstream center in Kuala Lumpur, creating 60 new positions.

Wood has supported the Malampaya project by providing subsea pipeline integrity management since 2001.

Previously, the company completed front-end engineering design and onshore gas plant engineering, procurement and construction in the late 90s and early 2000s, providing further asset support to the gas-to-power facility under a long term.

The Malampaya deepwater gas-to-power project represents one of the largest investments in Philippine history. It was the start of the country's natural gas industry which supplies natural gas to provide 3.200 megawatts of power to meet around 30 to 50% of the country's power generation requirements.

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