Success for Vantrunk & Eutex

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Vantrunk continue to lead the way in the supply of extreme cable management. In 2011/12 Vantrunk supplied the Speedway SW4 and SW6 cable ladder system as well as the Heavy Duty HR cable tray system to the Gasco Storage Tanks project in Abu Dhabi. The new storage tanks will be added to the existing storage tanks to increase storage capacity for propane, butane and paraffinic naphtha products. The new tanks will be interconnected with the Train 1, 2 and 3 product rundown, loading and shipping network so that the contents of any tank can be shipped from any of the berths. There will be 3 refrigerated Propane Tanks and 3 refrigerated Butane Tanks.


Success for Vantrunk in Qatar

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We continued our sucessful working relationship with Petrofac recently when suppling our Speedway SW5 cable ladder system and Heavy Duty HR cable tray system to the Gas Sweetening Facilities (GSF) at Mesaieed & Dukhan.

The plant will have the capacity to process around 750 million cf/d of gas which will be used as feedstock for petrochemicals capacity planned at Masaieed. It will include a new acid gas removal unit, amine sweetening plant, rehabilitation of the sulphur recovery unit, supply and installation of compressors, a seawater cooling system, dehydration unit & flare gas system. 

The project loading requirements required the use of a structural steel. In addition to this the deep galvanised finish provided on the products will provide an enhanced project lifespan thus reducing maintenance costs.


Vantrunk attending the Australia Oil & Gas 2012

Vantrunk will be attending the Australia Oil & Gas 2012 exhibition at the Perth Convention Center from the 22nd – 24th February. We will be represented by Mr Trevor Tomkins, General Manager for Business Development & Strategy. Vantrunk will be exhibiting from stand Y24 in association with Three Suppliers Gorgon (TSG). Please feel free to stop by to discuss all your cable management needs.


Announcing Petrobras P58 & P62 contracts

Vantrunk are delighted to announce the award of two prestigious contracts from CQG Oil & Gas Contractor INC. & CCI Oil & Gas Contractor INC. for the supply of steel cable management products to the Petrobras P-58 & P-62 FPSOs.

The P-58 will be deployed on the Baleia Azul field and is intended to produce up to 180,000 barrels per day and will have a gas compression capacity of 6 million cubic metres per day. The P-62 will be deployed on the Roncador field in 1800m of water and will have the capacity to produce 180,000 barrels per day and 6 million cubic metres per day of natural gas production capacity. Vantrunk will be supplying their world renowned Speedway® SW4 & SW6 Cable Ladder systems as well as their Heavy Duty Cable Tray system.

Vantrunk are looking forward to working closely with CQG Oil & Gas Contractor INC. & CCI Oil & Gas Contractor INC. throughout the duration of these projects and are delighted to have the opportunity to build on their experience in the Brazilian market following the previous successful supply to the Petrobras P-55 project in 2009/10


Framework agreement with Nexen Petroleum

Vantrunk are delighted to announce they have signed a framework agreement with Nexen Petroleum and its partners to supply the cable management system to the Golden Eagle Area Development Project.

The Golden Eagle Field was discovered in 2007 and is in the northern part of block 20/1, a few kilometres south of BG’s Atlantic Field and directly north of the Nexen operated Buzzard Oilfield.

The development will comprise two subsea drilling/production centres and a heavy duty jack-up drilling rig over a newly installed wellhead (W) platform that will be bridge-linked to
a fixed Production/Utilities/Quarters (PUQ) platform (collectively described as the Golden Eagle Area Development platform complex). Hydrocarbons from the Golden Eagle Area
Development (GEAD) will be processed on the GEAD platform complex.

Vantrunk has developed an enviable reputation supplying to North Sea Oil and Gas Projects, consistently meeting the demands of one of the world’s harshest environments.