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Technip company profile

  1. 1. Company Profile Created By : Prince Patni
  2. 2. Contents  Introduction  Business Segments  Locations Worldwide  Manufacturing Plants  Offshore Manufacturing Bases  Major Subsidiaries  Recent Acquisitions  Recent Contracts  Current Investments  Major Ongoing Projects  Competitors  Main Suppliers  Main Customers  Softwares Used  Technip India  Technip India Clients  Technip India Key Management  Procurement Office Managers
  3. 3. Introduction  Technip is a world leader in project management, engineering and construction for the energy industry.  Technip is active in three business segments: Subsea, Offshore and Onshore.  38,000 people in 48 countries.  A fleet of 32 vessels in operation (4 under construction).  2012 revenues of more than €8.2 billion.  Head Office : France
  4. 4. Business Segments Services  Field Development Planning  Conceptual Design  Engineering  Procurement  Construction  Commissioning and Start-up  Project Management  Process Technologies  Project Management Consultancy
  5. 5. Subsea  Subsea Field Development  Flexible Pipe  Rigid Pipe  Umbilicals  Subsea Maintenance  Flexible Drilling & Service Products Business Segments Offshore  Floating Platforms  FLNG  Floatover Operations  Fixed Platforms  Other Offshore Concepts Onshore  Refining  Hydrogen  Petrochemicals  Fertilizers  Onshore Pipelines  Flexible Pipe for Refining Applications  Renewable Energies  Nuclear, Mining & Metals  Building &
  6. 6. Locations Worldwide  Angola  Australia  Belgium  Brazil  C.I.S.  Canada  China  Trinidad  Venezuela  Colombia  Egypt  Finland  France  Germany  Ghana Greece  The Netherlands  Vietnam  Malaysia  Mexico  New Zealand  Nigeria  Norway  Poland  Portugal  U.A.E.  Qatar  Saudi Arabia  Singapore  South Africa  Spain  Thailand  United Kingdom  USA
  7. 7. Manufacturing Plants Flexible Pipe  Flexi France, France  AsiaFlex Products, Malaysia  Flexibras, Brazil  Port of Acu, Brazil Umbilicals  Duco Ltd, UK  Duco Inc, USA  Angoflex, Angola  Asiaflex Products, Malaysia
  8. 8. Offshore Manufacturing Bases  Mobile, USA  Orkanger, Norway  Evanton, UK  Carlyss, USA  Port of Angra, Brazil  Dande, Angola
  9. 9. Major Subsidiaries  Technip France  Technip Italy S.p.A.  Technip UK Ltd  Technip Geoproduction (Malaysia).  Flexibras Tubos Flexiveis Limitada, a Brazilian company  Technip USA, Inc  Technip Marine B.V. (The Netherlands)
  10. 10. Recent Acquisitions  Jan 2011 : Subocean Group  July 2011 : AETech  Nov 2011 : Cybernétix  Dec 2011 : Global Industries  Aug 2012 : Stone & Webster Process Technologies and Associated Oil & Gas Engineering Capabilities.  Mar 2013 : Ingenium AS
  11. 11. Recent Contracts  ArcelorMittal selected by Technip to supply highly-resistant steel wires for the development of oil and gas offshore fields.  Technip signed a frame agreement with Petrobras for offshore projects modifications services in Brazil.  Technip awarded contract for the development of the Umm Lulu field in Abu Dhabi.  Technip awarded FEED for LNG liquefaction project in the US.  Technip to lay the world’s deepest gas pipeline, for Shell in the Gulf of Mexico.  Technip awarded contract by NCRA for a hydrogen plant in Kansas (USA).  Technip awarded contract for a 500,000 tons/year LNG plant in China.  Technip awarded subsea contract by Chevron North Sea.
  12. 12. Current Investments  A new flexible pipelay vessel, the Deep Orient, which is intended for deployment in Asian markets.  Two new vessels, for the installation off the Brazilian coast of umbilicals, flowlines and risers.  A rigid pipelay vessel, the Deep Energy, with a top speed of 20 knots per hour.  the increase in the production capacity of the umbilicals plant in Angola.  Technip has launched the development, in Newcastle (United Kingdom), of a steel umbilical production unit dedicated to the deep offshore market.
  13. 13. Major Ongoing Projects  Subsea Pipes for the P-54 field in Brazil  Subsea Pipes for the Skarv FPSO in Norway  Redevelopment of YME Field, Norway  Azurite Field Development, Congo  Subsea Pipes for the Agbami field in Nigeria  PDET Subsea Pipes, Brazil  Subsea Pipelines for the Kikeh Field, Malaysia  Stybarrow Project , Vincent Project , Australia  Tahiti Spar, Gulf of Mexico  Dung Quat Refinery, Vietnam  Lotos Refinery, Poland  Hydrogen Unit, Spain  Paraxylene Unit, Poland
  14. 14. Competitors Onshore market  US companies (Bechtel, CB&I, Fluor, Foster Wheeler, Jacobs and KBR)  Japanese companies (Chiyoda, JGC and Toyo)  European companies (Petrofac, Saipem and Tecnicas Reunidas)  Korean companies (GS, Hyundai, Samsung Engineering and SK) Offshore Market  Aker Solutions, McDermott, Saipem, Hyundai, Daewoo, Samsung Heavy Industry, SBM, .Modec
  15. 15. Main Suppliers  FMC  Emerson  Siemens  Atlas Copco  Mitsubishi  Serimax  Fugro  Arcelor Mittal  Outokumpu  Xi'an Linkun Materials  Arcelor Mittal  Bekaert
  16. 16. Customers  Pertamina  Statoil  Petronas  Petrobras  PDVSA  Petrochina  Conoco Philips  Exxon Mobil  Anadarko Petroleum  Eni  BG Group  Reliance Industries  BP  ADNOC
  17. 17. Softwares Used  Microsoft Visual SourceSafe  Microsoft Visual C#  Microsoft Visual Studio .NET 2003  Microsoft ADO.NET  EcoSys EPC  Autodesk Inventor  Intergraph IntelliShip  SPYRO  PIPENET  MactCAD  SQL Server  PV Elite  PDS 3D  Smart Plant  INTOOLS  PDMS  ISKETCH + ISOGEN  AutoCad  XSTEEL  HYSIS  FLUENT, GAMBIT  Primavera  PIPESIM 2000  MS Project  ACE Tools
  18. 18. TECHNIP INDIA LIMITED  Technip India Limited (TPIL) provides the full range of solutions in Engineering,Procurement and Construction (EPC) business with expertise and significant experience in process Plant Design.  Workforce: 800+  Address : 'MAC House', 4, Sardar Patel Road, Guindy, Chennai 600 032, India  Tel +91-44-2230 3 100
  19. 19. Technip India : Clients  Southern Petrochemical Industries Corporation Limited (SPIC)  NIKO Resources Limited  Chemplast Sanmar Limited  Gujarat Narmada Valley Fertilizers Company Limited (GNFC)  Tamilnadu Petroproducts Limited (TPL)  Cairn Energy India Pty Limited  Nagarjuna Oil Company Limited  Caltex India Pvt Limited  Indian Rayon Industries Limited  ESSAR Oil Ltd  SPIC Fertilizers and Chemicals LLC  The Dow Chemical Company, USA  TPL India Singapore Pvt. Limited  LNG, Australia  TCI Sanmar Chemicals LLC. Egypt
  20. 20. Key Management : India  Mr. Samik Mukherjee : Managing Director  R Jayasankaran : Chief Operating Officer  D Manohar Devadoss : VP – Operations  R Govindarajan : Vice President – Projects  A Mohan : GM – Technology  S Ramachandran : GM - Business Development  B Sai Ramesh : GM – Engineering  A Valliappan : Head - Engg Mgmt
  21. 21. Regional Procurement Office Managers  David Fleszar : Paris +33 1 4778 3587 dfleszar@technip.com  Giovanni Del Serrone : Rome +39 0665 98 3316 gdelserrone@technip.com  Yoges Visvanathan : K. Lumpur +60 321167888 yogeswarenv@technip.com  Brian Ross : Aberdeen +44 1224 271351 bross@technip.com  Stephen Nall : Houston +1 281 249 2566 snall@technip.com  Gilberto Moraes : Rio de Janeiro +55 21 2139 8956 gmoraes@technip.com  Pascal Quinty : Le Trait +33 2 3505 5077 pquinty@technip.com  T Amarnath : India +91 44 2300001 tamarnath@technip.com  Rajkumari Kaul India +91 120 5301506 rkaul@technip.com  Greg Vineham: Canada +1 709 7570349 gvineham@technip.com
  22. 22. Thank You

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