Head Energy was awarded the frame agreement for modifications at Brage in 2016 and the extension means that the contract now runs to 2022.
'We have enjoyed a very good relationship and good cooperation with Wintershall Dea since 2016 and continuously developed and strengthened our engineering team. The extension confirms the standards of our deliveries on quality, cost and time and is also a recognition of our dedicated and skilled engineers', said Director for EPCI & Engineering Services at Head Energy, Øyvind Reksten.
'We have always argued that there is room for new actors in the maintenance & modifications market that offers more flexibility and more cost-effective execution models. Wintershall Dea had faith in us and has given us the chance to prove ourselves. Øyvind Reksten and our engineering team have developed a robust organization that handles constantly larger and more complex assignments in a very professional manner', said CEO of Head Energy Group, Morten Leikvoll.
Image courtesy of Wintershall Dea.
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