Energy service giant Wood has clinched a new four-year contract with Total for the Tyra redevelopment project off Denmark.
The Aberdeen-headquartered firm will use its integrated maintenance database (IMD) to build Total’s SAP maintenance management system.
The IMD is used to create and manipulate equipment lists, job plans and tasks, task lists, object lists, bills of material, routes and planned maintenance.
It will be delivered by Wood employees in Esbjerg, Aberdeen and Manila.
Tyra is Denmark’s largest gas field and its redevelopment constitutes the largest oil and gas investment ever made in the Danish North Sea.
The project will keep Tyra pumping for the next 25 years.
Bob MacDonald, chief executive of Wood’s specialist technical solutions business, said: “We have a long-standing relationship with Total across their assets globally and are pleased to continue this on our first project together in Denmark.
“With more than 40 years of experience in operational readiness, we are ideally positioned to deliver this unique redevelopment project, sharing our established global experience and local deployment capabilities to support Total.”