Fluor Corp. has announced that Stork, part of Fluor’s Diversified Services segment, was awarded a three-year maintenance contract by NAM (Nederlandse Aardolie Maatschappij), a joint venture (JV) between Shell and Esso, in the Netherlands. Fluor booked the undisclosed value in 3Q20.
Stork will provide all daily maintenance and rapid response services as well as deliver engineering, project and turnaround-related services for the three NAM onshore production areas including all greenfield and brownfield projects in the Netherlands.
“We are very pleased that NAM selected Stork to be their partner of choice for the coming years,” said Taco de Haan, president of Stork. “Stork is aligned with NAM’s commitment to be the world’s best late-life-asset operator in a rapidly changing energy market and we are fully committed to support NAM on its journey.”
“This award recognises Stork’s ability to create value, be cost competitive and perform safely and with excellence in partnership with our clients,” said Alejandro Escalona, Stork’s regional vice president, Europe.
“I’m looking forward to deepening the collaboration with our long-term partner Stork through these contracts. Stork offers great complementary capability to NAM and I am looking forward to jointly creating sector-leading performance in health, safety and environment, cost and operations up time,” said Wessel de Haas, asset manager, onshore for NAM.
The three-year maintenance contract began in August 2020 and has extension options. Stork has been providing maintenance solutions to NAM for over 20 years.
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