Skip to main content

Fulkrum Technical Resources wins Mozambique LNG services contract

Published by
LNG Industry,


Fulkrum Technical Resources (FTR) has announced that it has been awarded a contract by a major hydrocarbon exploration company to provide services for a groundbreaking LNG project in Mozambique.

FTR is a global provider of technical personnel specialising in QA/QC, inspection and vendor surveillance services to the energy industry.

Under the terms of the multi-year agreement, FTR claims that it will provide the LNG project with technical specialist and inspection services throughout the procurement and construction stages of the development.

Split into two phases (in-country and out-of-country), FTR claims that its technical specialist, subject matter experts and inspection personnel will support multiple work scopes, including global supplier surveillance support throughout the procurement process, and QC surveillance during the execution of the onshore and offshore construction campaigns.

Brock Falkenhagen, FTR’s Regional Manager of the Americas, said: “This is an outstanding contract win for us, and we are delighted to be working on this project to support the trail-blazing LNG operations in Mozambique.

“There has already been heavy investment in the development of Mozambican talent and workforce and we are keen to continue this positive progress. By 2022, Fulkrum’s in-country office will solely manage the project, employing primarily local personnel, which reflects the strategy to expand our capabilities in regions previously unexplored by FTR.”

Read the article online at: https://www.lngindustry.com/liquefaction/14012020/fulkrum-technical-resources-wins-mozambique-lng-services-contract/

You might also like

 InEight

[WEBINAR] Why Risk-Adjusted Project Forecasting Is Becoming the New Norm

This webinar will walk the audience through a methodology for developing risk-adjusted plans, leveraging remote collaboration techniques for disparate and socially distanced teams. This next-generation risk management approach is already proving itself on numerous oil and gas CAPEX projects. Find out why InEight expects the trend of risk-adjusted scheduling adoption to continue. Register for free today »

 

Polyisocyanurate vs. cellular glass

Johns Mansville looks at the differences between polyisocyanurate (PIR) and cellular glass insulations and discusses which one is better for LNG pipe insulation applications.

 
 

Embed article link: (copy the HTML code below):


 

This article has been tagged under the following:

LNG project news Current LNG projects