Petrofac Limited is a provider of oilfield services to the international oil and gas industry. It is registered in Jersey (number 81792), with its main corporate office on Jermyn Street, London. It has operational centres in Aberdeen, Sharjah, Woking, Chennai, Mumbai, Delhi, Abu Dhabi, Saudi Arabia and Kuala Lumpur. There are another 24 offices in various countries. The company is quoted on the London Stock Exchange, and is a constituent of the FTSE 250 Index.
|Public limited company|
|Traded as||LSE: PFC|
|Industry||Engineering, Procurement & Construction, Oil & Gas|
|Headquarters||London, United Kingdom|
|Rijnhard van Tets, Chairman |
Ayman Asfari, Group Chief Executive
Alastair Cochran, Chief financial officer
|Revenue||US$5.829 billion (2018)|
|US$515 million (2018)|
|US$61 million (2018)|
Number of employees
The company was established as a producer of a modular plant in Tyler, Texas, United States in 1981. It was first listed on the London Stock Exchange in 2005. In 2010, it bought a 20 percent share in the Gateway storage scheme, an undersea cavern for gas storage. In November 2013, Petrofac and the Italian oil firm Bonatti partnered on a $650 million joint venture contract for Sonatrach, adding to the firm’s already significant presence in Algeria. In November 2014, the company issued a profit warning, saying that profit for 2015 will fall by 25%, as slowing demand in China and abundant US output cuts the oil price.
Petrofac is organised into three divisions:
The 2014–15 Scottish Challenge Cup, known as the Petrofac Training Cup due to sponsorship reasons with Petrofac, was the 24th season of the competition. It was competed for by 32 clubs, which included the 30 members of the 2014–15 Scottish Championship-League Two, the top Highland League club with a valid SFA club licence (Brora Rangers) and the highest placed team from the previous season in the Lowland League with a valid SFA club licence (Spartans).
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The 2015 Scottish Challenge Cup Final, also known as the Petrofac Training Cup Final for sponsorship reasons, was a football match that took place at McDiarmid Park on 5 April 2015, between Livingston and Alloa Athletic. The match was televised by BBC ALBA. It was the 24th final of the Scottish Challenge Cup since it was first organised in 1990 to celebrate the centenary of the now defunct Scottish Football League, it is the second Challenge Cup Final since the SPFL was formed. Both teams progressed through four elimination rounds to reach the final.2015–16 Scottish Challenge Cup
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