Rosen Seals Five-Year Deals for Pan Malaysia In-line Pipeline Inspection

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Rosen Seals Five-Year Deals for Pan Malaysia In-line Pipeline Inspection

Thu, 08/11/2022 - 11:53
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ROSEN Group logo (© ROSEN Group)
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Rosen Group, one of the world’s leading suppliers for pipeline integrity management, has secured five-year in-line inspection service deals for the Pan Malaysia pipeline for Petroleum Arrangement Contractor (PACs) and PETRONAS Group, a Malaysian oil and gas company.

Rosen Group will implement the contract via H Rosen Engineering Sdn Bhd, which will inspect about 200 pipelines in five years. The diameters of the pipes range from 4 to 48 inches. The inspection services include national pipelines and pipelines shared with Singapore and Thailand.

“As a locally based company, we have the edge of having superior resources – from facilities to human resources; we are capable of providing the best services at any time. Our state-of-the-art technologies and service level deployed efficiently worldwide make it equally accessible to all Pan Malaysia ILJ contract users,” said Nija Amri Jemari, ROSEN Group’s Director of Business Execution in Malaysia.

An Excellent Partner

Mazlan Md. Ramly added that ROSEN had been an excellent partner to PETRONAS and all PACs supporting their pipeline integrity management system. He said the two companies would rely on the 30 years of partnership to achieve the Pan Malaysia ILI’s objective, to ensure safe continuous operation of such assets under current and future demands.

Under this contract, ROSEN will utilize Ultrasonic (UT) and Magnetic Flux Leakages (MLF) as the inspection’s central technology. However, it could be extended to other technology according to the need and case.

ROSEN Asia Pacific, headquartered in ROSEN Kuala Lumpur, has successfully completed an inspection project for over 100,000 kilometers of pipeline in most of the countries in the region.  ROSEN Asian Pacific carries out inspection projects in three main countries, including Malaysia, Australia, and China.

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