A record year saw the business secure multiple orders across nine FPSO projects in 2022 across Brazil, Guyana, Angola, Australia, China, The Ivory Coast, Nigeria, Malaysia and Mozambique.
The projects include a diverse valve range for applications for topside FPSOs, oil, gas, water and combined cycle power. The FPSO projects include supplying a full range of materials such as titanium, Inconel, super duplex, duplex, stainless and carbon steels, spread across over 40,000 valves.
While the FPSO market has been growing throughout 2022, the business has also been able to diversify into multiple other products and projects, such as petrochemical, PTA plants and greener applications. This capacity for flexibility has been key to its success.
James Moir, Group Sales Director, PJV, commented:
“We are thrilled to add these project wins to our portfolio, and our strategy is to continue to grow by securing similar ambitious projects globally.
“These contracts highlight our technical and commercial expertise as we work with our customers to deliver on optimum design and supply requirements.”
PJV continues to work with its customer base to drive down prices through value-added services and has plans for significant new products and projects this year.