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EnerMech get £21 million cranes contract lift

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EnerMech has secured a new cranes and lifting services contract with an international Operator in the North Sea and extended terms on a number of existing contracts which are worth in excess of £21 million.

The integrated engineering services specialist will provide crane maintenance and crane management to three North Sea platforms on behalf of the new client.

The multi-million-pound five-year contract, with five one-year options, includes offshore crane maintenance and operation, onshore support and repair facilities, crane spare parts, engineering, and consultancy support.

In addition, Aberdeen-headquartered EnerMech have also secured a three-year extension to their existing cranes and lifting services contract with Maersk Oil UK for the Gryphon Alpha and Global Producer III FPSOs and the new Culzean gas field assets in the North Sea.

These awards are further complemented by a one-year extension for Dana Petroleum’s Triton and Western Isles assets, along with a two-year extension for Spirit Energy’s Morecambe Bay assets for crane management services.

EnerMech’s UK director of mechanical handling services, Chris Dixon, said: “Our continued focus on delivering value by provided integrated services with careful cost management is winning us new cranes and lifting service clients and extending relationships with existing customers.

“We are looking forward to forming a strong partnership with this new North Sea client and we believe our template for providing high quality combined services is an attractive offering to UKCS and international Operators.”

Read the article online at: https://www.oilfieldtechnology.com/offshore-and-subsea/28062018/enermech-get-21-million-cranes-contract-lift/

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