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Congratulation to Siaptek Singapore

Congratulation to Siaptek at Singapore for having successfully obtain ABS Hull gauging (non esp) certification on April 26th, 2017 with a team of 20 inspectors approved by ABS. This certification is valid for 3 years and will open the marine side to Siaptek.

Siaptek Singapore is also proud to inform you that we successfully pass and obtain our ISO 9001:2015 certification. It will allow Siaptek Singapore to be more and more recognize as a major player at Singapore.

Our next QHSE / QAQC step for 2017 will be the certification ISO 17020 for the whole Siaptek group

Siaptek is happy to inform that an operational office

SIAPTEK is proud to announce the opening of an operational office in the new multiclients Oil & Gas base of SC group at Songkhla, Thailand.  The office has been operational since February 2016.

The services proposed in this new office are: 

  • Lifting Gear Inspection 
  • NDT (MT/PT/UT/ET) 
  • OCTG Inspection
  • Drill Pipe Inspection 
  • PRV & PSV Pressure Test

Congratulations to Siaptek South Africa

aa11 "Congratulations to Siaptek South Africa, We are certified at Level 4 Contributor to B-BBEE Black Economic Empowerment (BBE)."

DNV-GL Inspector based in SIAPTEK’s yard


From June 2014 DNV-GL has permanently located an experienced offshore lifting equipment & crane inspector at SIAPTEK’s Sattahip Base in Thailand. 

The DNV-GL inspector works collaboratively with SIAPTEK’s inspection team to witness proof load-tests, pressure tests and visual inspections of the long-term monthly service of Cargo Carrying Units (CCUs).   

The professionalism both SIAPTEK & DNV-GL provide together has enhanced our service quality based on various international standards.  The collaboration oversees and provides the best inspection solutions in terms of Safety, Quality and Value to both our domestic and international customers.

source: SIAPTEK Thailand CM

Services 7 days / week at Lamongan Shorebase

tuyauxFrom April 23 2010, SIAPTEK is able to provide a team of multi-skilled inspectors available 7 days per week from our office at Lamongan Shorebase (East Java - Multi Clients Oil & Gas Shorebase).  

source: PI - Internal - HR

Spare LNG Has BP Migas Looking for Buyers


Upstream oil and gas regulator BPMigas is seeking buyers of liquefied natural gas for 2011 because it expects excess capacity of as much as three million tons when an existing contract ends, an agency official said on Tuesday. Indonesia, the world’s third-biggest LNG exporter after Qatar and Malaysia, has an 8.4 million ton per year contract due to expire in 2010 and a 3.6 million tpy deal ending in 2011, both with a group of Japanese firms. In February 2009, six Japanese firms reached a deal in principle to extend their contract for Indonesian LNG from 2011 for 10 years, and agreed to purchase a combined three million tpy of LNG from 2011 to 2015, and two million tpy from 2015 to 2020. The Japanese companies involved are Osaka Gas, Chubu Electric Power, Kansai Electric Power, Kyushu Electric Power, Nippon Steel and Toho Gas.

We will sign a final agreement with Japanese buyers as soon as possible. We will cut our exports in 2011 and we will have excess capacity of 2.5 million to 3 million tons in that year,” BPMigas deputy head Budi Indianto said. He said the fuel would be supplied from the Bontang plant in East Kalimantan. “We will seek LNG buyers for possible short-term contracts until the local LNG receiving terminal operations are ready. We don’t know when the receiving terminal will be ready,” Budi said. He said he would ask state-owned oil and gas producer PT Pertamina and state gas distributor PT Perusahaan Gas Negara to give a clear indication of when their floating LNG receiving terminals would be in operation. “We have prepared the LNG to supply the local receiving terminals but it is not clear when they will begin operation,” Budi said. Pertamina will build a floating receiving terminal near Jakarta, in a joint venture with PGN. Pertamina will also build a receiving terminal in East Java, and PGN will build a terminal in North Sumatra. The terminals will have a capacity of between 1.5 million to two million tons per year each, and are due to be completed by the end of 2011 or early 2012. Budi said BPMigas has also encouraged Pertamina to build a receiving terminal in Aceh near the Arun LNG plant. Indonesia is seeking non-oil energy sources such as gas and coal to meet rising domestic demand for power and to reduce consumption of crude oil as its reserves dwindle.

source: Reuters

JP Morgan Seeks Part In Newmont Nusa Tenggara

Jakarta: State Enterprises ministry said one of New York-based financial giant JP Morgan Chase have stated interest in acquiring stake in Colorado-based Newmont Corporation’s unit in Indonesia, in the divestment scheme between the government and Newmont Nusa Tenggara. Minister Mustafa Abubakar said on the sidelines of North Maluku Investment Day in Jakarta today (13/4) that “they were interested to enter Newmont” when delegates from the financial firm came to his office on Monday (12/4). Mustafa said the firm brought up plans to invest more in the banking and financial market and “generally wanted to raise its investments in Indonesia.” In banking sector the firm said to raise investment in credit or loan but Mustafa did not reveal figures presented by JP Morgan. The firm also discussed results of acquisition process of PT Semen Gresik. PT Newmont Nusa Tanggara has offered last month another seven percent of stake in the company to the government, designated to be divested this year. The offer was made about two weeks after a regional venture PT Multi Daerah bersaing, led by a unit under Bakrie & Brothers group, completed 24 percent takeover of stake in Newmont Nusa Tenggara which said it was ready to take the shares it controls in Newmont Nusa Tenggara to 31 percent.

source: Tempo