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Add Energy and PT Synergy Engineering secure Tangguh LNG contract

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Add Energy, the international energy consultancy provider, in partnership with their Indonesia partner, PT Synergy Engineering, has been awarded a maintenance build contract for work on BP’s Tangguh LNG expansion project in Indonesia.

The work is being undertaken in both Aberdeen, at Add Energy’s engineering centre, and in PT. Synergy head office in Jakarta.

Peter Adam, Executive Vice President, Add Energy, commented: “Since beginning our initial relationship with BP, we have become embedded in their way of working. As we continue to work with them across many projects, we have adopted their efficient management of documentation and data, as well as our own processes and procedures that in turn make the project development smoother and more streamlined to the end goal”.

“Our software tools, Asset-C (Asset Register Builder tool), OptiBoM™ and our Global Maintenance Strategy Library, in combination with expert consulting and our ability to deliver cost effective solutions has positioned Add Energy as the most suitable contractor for this job.”

Arief Susanto, Managing Director of PT Synergy Engineering, commented: “We are excited to work with Add Energy to provide additional services to our client base in Indonesia. We look forward to continuing our partnership with Add Energy for the development of similar services in the South East Asian region”.

Add Energy is currently half way through a maintenance build project for BP on the West Nile Delta, a development located just off the north coast of Egypt.

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