Intecsea plans New Zealand expansion

OE Staff
Friday, June 27, 2014

INTECSEA will expand into New Zealand, choosing Philip Furr to lead the upstream offshore and subsea business in the country as its new offshore and subsea manager, the company announced on 25 June 2014. Furr will be based in the New Plymouth office.

This move comes after the recent brand transition of Transfield Worley (TW) Ltd., a wholly-owned subsidiary of the WorleyParsons Group becoming WorleyParsons New Zealand Ltd.

Bernard Mackin, Senior Vice President for INTECSEA ANZ said: “We are excited to officially include INTECSEA New Zealand as part of the ANZ subsea and floating systems business offering. Local presence of a WorleyParsons and INTECSEA branded office demonstrates our commitment to generating a full wellhead to market offering for our customers.

Some of the key projects and proposals supported in New Zealand include:

  • New Zealand Steel, Taharoa Calm Buoy Life Extension and Relocation
  • OMV Raroa FPSO, Offloading Hose Specification
  • AWE FPSO  Umuroa FPSO Swivel Inspection and Repair Option Assessment
  • Refining NZ, TSA Subject Matter Expert Agreement for Marine Systems

Keith Nutting, Location Director for WorleyParsons New Zealand, also commented on INTECSEA and expansion into New Zealand, saying: “I have enjoyed a very good relationship with INTECSEA both in Canada and the UK, and look forward to working with Bernard and the team in New Zealand. INTECSEA’s leadership in deepwater subsea and floating systems coupled with our topsides and onshore processing facilities capabilities in New Zealand will enable delivery of a true integrated full field development solution for our customers.”

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