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Texo Group awarded ENSCO 100 main contractor shipyard project

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Texo Group has been awarded the contract to upgrade the ENSCO 100 Jackup MODU. The Quayside Stay project will take place at the Port of Dundee, where Texo has an established foothold with dedicated and extensive fabrication, engineering, marine and integrity management facilities.

This is the first contract win for Texo Group’s MODU business unit, having won the contract through a competitive tendering process. The project is expected to take 12 weeks to complete. The scope of works will include the removal of existing equipment and extensive rig upgrades including: sewerage treatment plant, RO unit, Preload System, spud can and leg repairs as well as an extensive painting and protection rig enhancement.

Garry Kennie, Engineering Director, Texo Group said: “This is a fabulous project to showcase Texo Group’s integrated asset service. We will have a number of our business units involved in this prestigious project including our engineering, fabrication, marine, integrity and accommodation teams.”

Steve Shay, Business Unit Asset Manager, ENSCO commented: “We were impressed by Texo’s approach in this tender. Their full-services offering was attractive for us and represented good value for our specific requirements.”

Terry Lelean, Texo Project Engineer for ENSCO 100 said: “Whilst Texo may be a new company, the business has handpicked MODU specialists with many decades of experience in the sector. This project is ideal for our unique combined MODU offering including Engineering, Fabrication, Integrity, Marine and Accommodation. The Port of Dundee has a long history of delivering similar MODU projects such as this and we are looking forward to bringing many more to the Port.”

This announcement is the first in a series of contract wins that the group will be releasing over the next few months.

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