Mustang Automation and Control Selected for Chevron Tahiti Deepwater Project

  • May 01, 2006
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HOUSTON, May 1,2006 - Mustang Engineering (“Mustang”), a subsidiary of international energy services company John Wood Group PLC (“Wood Group”), has been selected by Chevron to design and procure the integrated control safety system for the Tahiti oil and gas processing facilities. Mustang Automation and Control is providing the Front End Engineering and Design, detailed engineering, procurement, programming and integration and testing for the facility’s monitoring, process control, safety and management systems. Mustang is also performing engineering, procurement and project management support services for the Tahiti topsides oil and gas facilities.The Tahiti truss spar floating production facility will be located in approximately 4000 feet of water in the Gulf of Mexico about 190 miles southwest of New Orleans in Green Canyon 640, 641, 596 and 597. About MustangMustang is an independent services provider to the global oil, gas and chemical industries. The company specializes in design, engineering, procurement, project management and construction management and offers these services through its six business units: upstream oil and gas, midstream, pipeline, automation and control, refining and petrochemicals, and process & industrial. Mustang has U.S. offices in Houston; Tampa, Florida; Birmingham, Alabama; Savannah, Georgia; Monroe, Louisiana; Columbus, Ohio; Martinez, California; Philadelphia; Greenville, South Carolina; and Wilmington, Delaware as well as international offices in London, Perth and Melbourne.About Wood GroupWood Group is an international energy services company with $2.8bn in sales, employing more than 16,000 people worldwide and operating in over 40 countries. The Group has three businesses-Engineering & Production Facilities, Well Support, and Gas Turbine Services-providing a range of engineering, production support, maintenance management and industrial gas turbine overhaul and repair services to the oil & gas, and power generation industries worldwide. Learn More

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