Headquartered in Aberdeen, UK, Global E&C was formed specifically to support UK Operators in delivering brownfield modification services.
Commenting on the award, Derek Mitchell, Global E & C Managing Director said: “The significance of this contract award cannot be underestimated. It signals a notable shift in how Apache has chosen to engage with the supply chain versus a more traditional contracting model and is a major statement in support of OGUK’s Vision 2035.”
Mitchell added: “We have been supporting Apache for over a decade and, as a cornerstone customer for Global E & C, this demonstrates the continued confidence Apache has in Global E & C and the trust that has been built between our two organisations.”
Terry Allan, Global E & C’s Corporate Development Director added: “Apache has been very supportive of what we have set out to achieve in our strategy of establishing Global E & C as the most efficient Brownfield focused EPC contractor in the North Sea. This award allows us to take a longer term view in how we drive further efficiencies, invest in new technologies and how we develop our people to overcome the challenges we face in our industry.
“Our team are determined to deliver improved ways of working in order to maximise recovery from the assets in the UK and we’re excited to demonstrate the value we can bring to our customers over the coming years.”
Read the article online at: https://www.oilfieldtechnology.com/offshore-and-subsea/30092019/global-ec-wins-life-of-field-contract-for-brownfield-services-with-apaches-north-sea-subsidiaries/
You might also like
DNV has issued a Statement of Qualified Technology for Strohm’s 6 in. EGF-PE pipe, as per the DNV-ST-F119 standard, for its use as a flowline or jumper in deep waters.