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Wood Group awarded Statoil Master Services Agreement

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Wood Group has been awarded an evergreen master services agreement (MSA) by Statoil to support the life cycles of its offshore and onshore facilities. Work and services covered by the MSA include engineering studies, detailed engineering, procurement services and management assistance services.

Robin Watson, chief executive, stated:

“This MSA reflects Wood Group’s strong relationship with Statoil,” stated Robin Watson, chief executive. “We look forward to leveraging our global knowledge and expertise to provide Statoil with the best technical services for its facilities.”

Wood Group has supported Statoil for many years. Recent work includes four subsea contracts, support for the Statoil Technical Efficiency Programme (STEP), and providing maintenance and modification services to four installations on the Norwegian continental shelf (NCS).


Adapted from a press release by Louise Mulhall

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