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Chevron Corp. and its partners expect the Platong Gas II natural gas project in the Gulf of Thailand to add 420 million cubic feet to processing capacity and to represent $3.1 billion in total development of the field. Summit provided 90% of electrical materials for two control buildings for production platforms used in this project. (2009)
The Gulf of Mexico’s first dynamically-positioned floating production vessel, Helix Producer I, was built by Helix Energy Solution Group in Ingleside, Texas. The vessel’s uniqueness is that it can be moved in the case of a hurricane. Summit provided electrical materials under strict criteria that all products have meet international certifications so that it could operate in every body of water around the world. Those included American Bureau of Shipping, Det Norske Veritas, Lloyd's Register of Shipping and U.S. Coast Guard standards.
Summit met the requirements and was able to supply the material in a very short time frame, helping Helix to successfully launch the vessel first quarter 2010.
Summit provided a significant percentage of electrical materials for the rig as it was being built in Corpus Christi, Texas (2008-2010). Completed first quarter 2010, the rig is to be used in the Peregrino concession, located in the southwest part of the Campos Basin off the coast of Brazil.
The Motiva Refinery expansion will make Motiva the largest U.S. refinery and one of the 10 largest in the world. Summit is providing electrical materials and cable for TEPPCO (now Enterprise Products Partners), the company contracted to build and operate product storage tanks and pipelines from the tanks to the refinery. (ongoing)
This $1 billion project in eastern Venezuela was a joint venture of Petroleos de Venezuela SA (PdVSA) and Conoco (2002-2005). Fluor Daniel, the engineering, procurement and construction unit of Fluor Corp., led the development of the crude upgrading facilities.
Summit partnered with Venezuelan distributor Cami Promociones Electricas, headquartered in Caracas, to supply all bulk electrical materials to Fluor Daniel from a local leased warehouse operated by three Summit associates.
This semisub type drilling rig, built in 1973, underwent a significant upgrade and maintenance check in 2007 to prepare it for work under a five-year, $482 million drilling contract to Pride International Inc. from Petroleo Brasileiro SA (Petrobas) to drill off the coast of Brazil.
The work was done in Galveston, Texas. The contract began second quarter 2008.
Summit was selected to provide the upgrade in marine lighting for the rig and supplied leading energy efficient LED lighting from Dialight.