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Peterson Signs Contract With DeNovo

Peterson signs Zandolie Shore-based Services Contract

Leading energy logistics company Peterson is delighted to announce the award of a contract with energy company DeNovo Energy Limited (DeNovo) for the Zandolie Development Project. The Zandolie Field, located in Block 1A, will be DeNovo’s second field development project, with the first gas expected in the first half of 2022.

The seven-month award will see Peterson Integrated Logistics TT Limited provide DeNovo with innovative turnkey solutions in the areas of marine technical consultancy, laydown and quayside facilities, personnel, third party inspection and health and safety for DeNovo’s drilling and completions operations in the Gulf of Paria. This agreement signifies further validation of Peterson’s delivery-focused approach in continuously providing quality supply chain services within the Caribbean region.

The delivery of essential assets for the project has already commenced and is in storage at one of Peterson’s largest pipe yards in Trinidad.

Within this scope to provide shore-based services and equipment, Peterson utilises its local expertise in warehousing, transportation, and materials management to ensure operational excellence.

Maarten Spiljard, Peterson’s Regional Director said: “Peterson takes great pride in partnering with locally embedded business and licensed upstream operator DeNovo at a time such as this. Through supply chain and logistical activities aligned to international standards, we remain dedicated to their success. Collectively we will utilise our strategic expertise and advanced technology to efficiently deliver the safest operations for the Zandolie Development Project.”

DeNovo’s Managing Director, Bryan Ramsumair remarked: “Peterson has a great performance track record globally and in its work in Trinidad and Tobago. Their partnership with local suppliers and service companies is consistent with our own commitment to local content.”

Peterson has approximately two hundred staff working across the Americas with offices in Trinidad and Tobago, Guyana, Suriname and Mexico.

Integrated Logistics

 

Peterson offers a comprehensive range of safe, reliable and value-added logistics solutions to the energy industry globally from strategic locations. We have been active in the Caribbean Region since 2012. Our service covers supply chain management, supply base services, Project Logistics, marine agency and materials management. Peterson works closely with customers, supported by a suite of industry leading digital applications, to identify and create opportunities to work together by sharing resources and securing operational efficiencies resulting in significant cost savings.

Peterson continues to build a significant presence in the Caribbean region and offers a comprehensive range of logistics and marine agency services, which include the handling and lifting of all subsea-related materials, storage and materials management, customs and agency services, crew changes and purchasing and rentals.

DeNovo is an energy company focused on meeting the energy needs of Trinidad and Tobago with specific focus on the petrochemical sector. With strong local capability and global collaboration, DeNovo is distinguished for delivering innovative results to meet current and future energy needs. DeNovo is committed to delivering its business with zero harm to people and the environment, and increasingly reducing its carbon footprint by using innovative and green technology. Since commencing gas production on its first field (Iguana) in November 2018, DeNovo has demonstrated safe and reliable operations with an uptime of 99.8%. Its second field development (Zandolie) will be powered by 100% renewable energy.  A member of the Proman Group, DeNovo remains committed to maximising the use of local content and innovative technology to unlock opportunities and to find new and better ways to contribute to the sustainable development of hydrocarbon resources for the benefit of Trinidad and Tobago.

For more information, please contact Tricia Blaise-Fergus by emailing tblaise-fergus@onepeterson or visit energylogistics.onepeterson.com

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