Energy Efficiency Fluor Project for Shell in the Phillipines Among Finalist for Global Energy Awards
Platts has selected Fluor's Philippines Exploration Malampaya Phase 3 (MP3) offshore project for Shell among the finalists in the category Engineering Project of the Year of its Platts Global Energy Awards.
Irving, Texas/USA – “Being named a finalist for Engineering Project of the Year by Platts is a great honor and recognizes the integrated solutions approach provided by Fluor’s team on this project,” said Ken Choudhary, Fluor’s Energy & Chemicals president for Asia Pacific. “Fluor’s material management for onshore and offshore fabrication, and the delivery and installation of equipment and materials, enhanced the engineering effort for this project.”
Fluor’s MP3 Project is a bridge-linked offshore depletion compression platform (DCP) built alongside an existing shallow water platform for gas production. The DCP is self-installing with a production capacity of 550 million standard-cubic-feet-per-day of compressed gas. Fluor provided engineering and procurement for the project, which was delivered safely and ahead of schedule. The project will provide the largest source of energy for the Philippines.
The project, located offshore of Palawan, Philippines, is among seven finalists in the engineering category. Platts selected finalists from a list of nearly 200 nominations based on their performance for each category's criteria within the designated time frame.