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KCA to train Malaysia drilling teams

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ABERDEEN, UK – Perisai Petroleum Teknologi in Malaysia has contracted KCA Deutag for drilling operations, management, and maintenance services on the newbuild jackup Perisai Pacific 101.  KCA Deutag will additionally train national Malaysian management and crews.

Perisai owns various offshore vessels and other facilities involved in exploration, development, and production of oil and gas fields in Malaysia and elsewhere in the Far East.

Perisai Pacific 101 is under construction in Singapore and is expected to be completed in July 2014. KCA Deutag’s drilling and maintenance crews will support the final stages of construction, commissioning, and final testing. The company will then supply a drilling crew working offshore with additional onshore support personnel.

5/30/2013

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