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Energy firm secures multi-million dollar O&M deal

International energy services business, Production Services Network (PSN), has nabbed a four-year, multi-million deal, extending an existing contract with the Korean National Oil Corporation (KNOC) to supply operation and maintenance (O&M) services.

KNOC has offered the corporation two contract extensions, of two years apiece, to supply both KNOC’s Rong Doi and Rong Doi Tay gas platforms in Vietman with O&M services including a Wellhead Platform bridge linked to Production Utilities Quarters Compression Platform and associated pipelines.

While the current offer is for four years all up, there is potential to extend PSN’s O&M support for a further sixteen years, according to the company.

Rong Doi is located 320km off the coast of Vietnam, and is KNOC’s first offshore production facility outside of Korea, supported by a predominantly local PSN team.

PSN operations director — Asia Pacific, Alan Gordon, said PSN and KNOC are working well together.

“We have established an excellent working relationship with KNOC and worked hard to develop our Vietnamese workforce; a further example of PSN’s localisation strategy,” he said.

“Vietnam has a great deal of potential for offshore production and we have already been involved in further engineering and feasibility projects with KNOC. As a result, we are confident of growing our business in this important territory.”

KNOC Vietnam general director, Dr Se Jin Park, said: “PSN supported us well through the set-up phase of Rong Doi, therefore we have taken up two further two-year contract extension options. This is testament to the firm’s record of delivery, safety and quality, supporting our business in Vietnam.”

PSN is a global energy services business, focussing on the gas, oil and utilities sectors. The company offers skills and solutions to enhance the performance and extend the life of energy assets through the deployment of skills and technology in engineering and construction, operations, maintenance and decommissioning.

Working in 19 countries, including an office in Melbourne, Australia, PSN is based in Aberdeen and employs 8,500 workers worldwide.

Contact PSN’s local office by calling 03 9944 5500, or visit

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