Clients and Projects
Though relatively new in the business of providing off-shore support services to international Clients, AJ-OFW is able to earn the trust and confidence of several foreign companies engaged in the development and operation of large-scale petroleum and liquefied natural gas (LNG) projects.
FIRCROFT AUSTRALIA PTY LTD
Fircroft Australia, a leading provider of technical recruitment services for oil & gas companies operating worldwide including in the North Sea, partnered with AJ-OFW to provide the in-country support services for its local team from 2012 to 2015.
AJ-OFW is trusted by Fircroft to perform the administrative functions for its contractors assigned in the Philippines which includes management supervision, technical support and consultations.
The working relationship between Fircroft Australia and AJ-OFW is in connection with the GLNG project of Santos Australia in partnership with Petronas from Malaysia, Total from France and Kogas from South Korea.
Santos GLNG is a pioneering venture that will produce LNG from Queensland’s coal seam gas (methane) on Curtis Island, Gladstone for sale to world markets.
FIRCROFT MALAYSIA SDN BHD
AJ-OFW is also contracted by Fircroft Malaysia branch office to do In-Country and administrative support services for its personnel assigned to the Shell Startrec, Brown Field Oil Refinery project. The partnership started in January 2014.
Shell Startrec,Brown Field Oil Refinery project is owned by Shell Global Solutions.
ANOTECH ENERGY UK LIMITED
The latest addition to AJ-OFW’s client base is Anotech Energy UK. Anotech is a French company which provides specialist knowledge to the international oil and gas exploration, production, petrochemical, power generation, and environmental industries.
The support services delivered by AJ-OFW to Anotech are in conjunction with Yamal LNG project which is one of the largest industrial undertakings within the Arctic Circle. The project ensures production and marketing of the Russian Arctic’s vast natural gas reserves and involves the construction of a 170,000 cu. m. ice breaking tankers using a major new maritime route for transporting LNG to Europe and Asia.