Fluor’s Stork awarded five-year pipeline maintenance contract in Peru
Fluor Corporation has announced that Stork, part of Fluor’s Diversified Services segment, has been awarded a new approximately five-year pipeline maintenance contract in Peru.
Stork will provide integral pipeline maintenance services to the Sistema De Transporte De Gas Natural y Líquidos de Gas Natural de Camisea, operated by COGA.
The consortium will jointly plan, prepare and deliver geotechnical, construction and maintenance services for more than 1,500 kilometres of pipelines and for all relevant equipment and processing plants. The pipelines connect Peru’s main gas field Camisea to the Peruvian coastline and are of critical importance to the energy distribution of the country.
“Stork is honoured to be selected by COGA for this important contract,” said Taco de Haan, Stork’s President.
“Stork will provide service excellence according to the highest safety standards relying upon our vast experience in pipeline construction and maintenance in Latin America, as well as leverage our global expertise and network of specialists across Fluor, Stork and SICIM’s geotechnical expertise.
“This contract further solidifies Stork’s strong position and client confidence in Latin America allowing us to further grow our local employment in the communities in which we live and work.”
Pre-mobilisation activities of this contract have started with execution expected to begin in the first quarter of 2021 and completion scheduled in mid-2026.