The first contract, which kicked-off in January, will see Nucore provide preventative and ongoing climate control maintenance programmes for four platforms and FPSO’s in the UK’s North Sea. The second contract, which started in February, sees Nucore support a client operating several platforms in the southern North Sea. In addition, Nucore has retained a significant part of an existing fire fighting equipment (FFE) contract for the same client.
Phil Davie, COO of Nucore, said: “We are delighted to have won two three-year contracts so close to home. As we move forward, the North Sea will continue to be a key growth market for our integrated service offering, building on the years of knowledge and best practice our teams possess and we have adapted to a more efficient operating model. As a specialist engineering company, we pride ourselves on our expertise and legislative understanding, that is so important when dealing with climate control equipment, especially in high-hazard environments.
“It’s a fantastic way to start the year, after the challenges we all faced in 2020, and it’s encouraging to see the industry pushing forward through difficult times.”
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