The first, a three-year FA awarded by EnQuest as part of a multi-contractor framework, covers EPCC services across the Operator’s North Sea and onshore asset base.
The second EPCC FA, awarded by a Southern North Sea Operator, is for an initial two-year period with options to extend.
Petrofac has now secured seven such frameworks in the UK in 2019, demonstrating its continued focus on the growth of its brownfield projects business.
Future work undertaken through the frameworks will be supported by Petrofac’s Aberdeen office, where the company is actively investing in its engineering team and brownfield management system in support of its ongoing digitalisation strategy.
Nick Shorten, Managing Director for Petrofac’s Engineering and Production Services business in the Western Hemisphere said:
In a mature basin like the UKCS, technical certainty and predictable delivery are critical success factors. The award of these FAs recognises our ability to combine our extensive engineering and construction expertise and offshore operations experience to drive repeatable project outcomes. We very much look forward to building on the success of our existing relationship with EnQuest by safely supporting it to enhance recovery and extend field life in the North Sea.
Read the article online at: https://www.oilfieldtechnology.com/offshore-and-subsea/13122019/petrofac-awarded-north-sea-engineering-frameworks/
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