As a global company, Petrofac Training Services has the coverage and capacity to deliver and manage projects throughout the world.
Both National and International oil companies count on our global reach and local delivery capability. We also have the experience to work with organisations across other industries. Our service offering is customised to meet each client’s individual and exact needs – as well as local standards and regulations.
Competence based, hands-on-training
Since 2003, Petrofac Training Services has co-managed Caspian Technical Training Centre (CTTC) on behalf of BP and its partners in Baku, Azerbaijan.
Petrofac Training Services recently supported the delivery of a unique training project for Canadian organisation, Survival Systems Training Limited (SSTL).
As part of Petrofac’s commitment to the development of local skills within the oil and gas industry in Algeria, we designed and built a Construction Skills Training Center (Petrofac Training Centre) in Hassi Massoud, Algeria with a capacity to train up to 400 delegates annually.
The Chemical Process Technology Centre is an impressive training centre located on Jurong Island, Singapore.
In 2011, Saudi Aramco required their operators and technicians to be trained to competently operate and maintain their first offshore, high pressure sour gas platform.
Petrofac Training Services has developed unique, operationally oriented, Oil Pollution Emergency Plans (OPEPs) that meet Department of Energy and Climate Change (DECC) regulatory requirements.
Petrofac Training Services provides emergency response support for multiple North Sea operators in the event of an emergency situation. Our purpose-built Emergency Response Service Centre (ERSC) can deliver a complete emergency response solution for clients operating worldwide.
Since 2005, Petrofac Training Services has been working with Petroleum Development Oman on a training programme for its Kauther gas plant project
The growing oil and gas industry on Sakhalin Island, Russia means that competent local personnel are in high demand.
In 2011, our Emergency Response and Crisis Management (ERCM) team participated in a National Exercise, designed to test the UK's ability to react to a major incident.
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