Hertford, UK 23rd November 2021: PJ Valves (PJV), the specialist manufacturer and supplier of valves for the global energy industry, has been awarded two significant FPSO valve contracts for projects in Brazil – one of which is planned to be one of the largest oil producing units in the world.
By Dan Munro, Owner of PJ Valves We can support you to improve valve outcomes for your project. Proven for FPSOs. Our deep experience manufacturing valves for FPSO's means that we understand your needs. Partnership to deliver better specifications and lower cost. We work with you to help optimize your specifications and scopes for both cost and long term operation. Partnership to deliver reliability. Our products and processes provide reduced lead times, strong on time delivery performance and reduced environmental impact.
By Dan Munro, Owner of PJ Valves We can do this. We can help the oil and gas industry respond to current pressures by emerging as more efficient and less environmentally damaging. There is going to be blood on the carpet during the next few months and years – but there will also be clear winners. Winners who embrace the opportunity of change, and supply chains that support their customers to deliver this change.
Hertford, UK 13th October 2020: PJ Valves (PJV), the specialist manufacturer and supplier of valves for the global energy industry, has been awarded two significant FPSO valve contracts for projects in Brazil. The company will manufacture and supply valves packages to both projects in the Santos and Campos basins.
The oil and gas sector is very unfashionable at the moment. Environmental concerns and the rise of renewables combined, mean that the industry feels pretty friendless right now.
If a word is overused enough, it begins to lose a sense of its original meaning. Think of the word ‘awesome’, casually deployed for anything slightly positive. Over time, a once-grand word has lost its connection with the idea of awe.
Sixty-seven. That’s how many new FPSOs will come online worldwide, according to an October 2019 report. That averages out to roughly 13 per year – more than double the six new FPSO orders made worldwide in 2017.