PDi secures US$2.2mn contract in Nigeria

PDi NigeriaTaofik Adegbite, CEO at MPL. (Image source: PDi)Provider of engineering, project management and project services to the global energy industry, Project Development International (PDi) has entered a US$2.2mn deal with Nigerian oil service firm Marine Platforms Limited (MPL)

The new contract will see the firm provide technical support to the Chevron Agbami Phase 3 transport, installation and pre-commissioning project.

Set for completion at the start of Q2 2016, MPL has chosen PDi to support with onshore and offshore installation engineering activities in the Agbami Field, Nigeria’s biggest deepwater development, situated in central Niger Delta, west coast of Nigeria.

Under the terms of the new deal, PDi will work with the MPL engineering team in their Lagos office to provide both project and structural engineering services, including installation analysis and offshore support.

“We’re delighted to be strengthening our long standing relationship with MPL on this challenging project,” said Mark Gillespie, managing director at PDi.

“Continuing our successful support of MPL in Nigeria and delivery of expert engineering services on international projects of this significance is clear testament to the team’s global capabilities.”

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