PetroSa agrees to Mossel Bay maintenance shutdown schedule

Offshore staff

CAPE TOWN, South AfricaPetroSA has appointed Group Five as engineering management contractor for the 2013 maintenance shutdown of the Mossel Bay facilities.

Group Five will mainly perform mechanical works during the maintenance period, designed to ensure integrity of equipment and systems.

Operations will be suspended for 37 days beginning Sept. 22. This includes the Mossel Bay gas-to-liquids refinery and the offshore F-A platform. South African law requires these facilities to undergo a maintenance shutdown every four years.


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