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Petrofac to deliver stage two of Ithaca Energy’s Captain EOR project

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Petrofac has been awarded a two-and-a-half-year brownfield project with Ithaca Energy, valued in the region of US$17 million.

The company will deliver stage two of Ithaca Energy’s Captain Enhanced Oil Recovery (EOR) project in the UK’s central North Sea, and will be responsible for fabricating, constructing and commissioning the topsides development.

The award builds on Petrofac’s existing Integrated Services Contract with the operator, and the recent successful delivery of the Vorlich and FPF1 Oil Export projects.

The contract award secures more than 40 Petrofac roles, on and offshore, as well as specialist fabrication expertise.

Petrofac Chief Operating Officer, Nick Shorten, said: "This award is an excellent example of our long-standing collaboration with Ithaca Energy. As incumbent Integrated Services Contractor, Petrofac is in a unique position to maximise productivity across both the project and ongoing operations on Captain. In mature basins, the incremental efficiencies and reduction of interfaces achieved through integrated delivery, drive huge value as our clients seek to extend field life."


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