Penspen in partnership to expand asset integrity services in Asia
Published by Aimee Knight,
Penspen, a global provider of engineering and project management services to the energy industry, has partnered with asset risk and integrity management and digital solutions services company Ankaa Consulting to help bolster its asset integrity offering in the Asia region.
Currently providing its asset integrity services to a number of clients in the region, the agreement will strengthen Penspen’s presence in the area by growing its pool of local resources and gaining valuable knowledge and expertise.
Noel Denton, Regional Director of Penspen, said: “Penspen has operated in Asia for 38 years and grown our team and client base over this time. The agreement will allow us to be even more accessible to our clients in Malaysia and we look forward to developing alongside Ankaa Consulting to create a superior service to all in the Asian market.”
Raza Amin, Managing Director of Ankaa Consulting said: “Ankaa Consulting complements Penspen service offerings and, together, we are able to meet all aspects of our clients’ risk and integrity management needs, including delivering a customised AIM digital system, fully integrated with our clients’ enterprise system. Our partnership provides Ankaa Consulting with a wider market footprint to serve our customers across Asia and strengthens our joint technical capabilities in Malaysia.”
Penspen has been providing engineering, project management, asset management and integrity services to the oil and gas industry worldwide for 65 years. Originally founded in the UK in 1954 as Spencer & Partners, the company has now grown to include over 1000 engineers, with major offices in London, Bristol, Newcastle, Houston, Mexico, Abu Dhabi, and Bangkok.
Read the article online at: https://www.worldpipelines.com/business-news/17062019/penspen-in-partnership-to-expand-asset-integrity-services-in-asia/
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