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Petrofac awarded North Sea contract extension by EnQuest

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Petrofac, a leading provider of services to the global energy industry, is set to take its tenure supporting the Kittiwake platform into two decades, following the award of a contract extension from EnQuest.

Under the terms of the three-year contract renewal, Petrofac will continue in its capacity as Duty Holder of the Kittiwake platform in the Central North Sea. It has held the role with EnQuest since 2014, and the asset’s previous owners since 2003.

Nick Shorten, Chief Operating Officer of Petrofac’s Asset Solutions business, commented: “We have developed a productive and longstanding relationship with EnQuest over the past eight years. This contract renewal is a great testament to this partnership, as well as our team’s high performance and strong knowledge of the asset.

“As we approach almost 20 years on Kittiwake, we’re pleased to continue working together to build on its stellar safety record, enhance its operational performance, and further extend the asset’s operating life.”


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