The company, which supplies protected enclosures for sensitive field-mounted instruments, was awarded the contract by the specialist offshore oil and gas engineering company, Single Buoy Moorings Inc. (SBM).
More than 160 pre-assembled electrically heated instrumentation enclosures will be supplied by Neustadt, Germany-headquartered Intertec to the Deep Panuke gas project.
The enclosures, which are made from glassfibre reinforced polyester to withstand the harsh operating conditions, are insulated internally with polyurethane to minimise heat loss.
According to Intertec's project coordinator in Germany, Patrick Van Winckel, the project calls for extensive international business collaboration. All negotiations were handled by SBM's engineering office and Intertec's sales personnel in Malaysia, with reference to SBM's engineering offices in Monaco, France and Intertec's offices in Sarnia, Ontario.
The Deep Panuke offshore gas field is located in the Atlantic, about 250 km southeast of Halifax, Nova Scotia, Canada.