International oil and gas facility service provider Petrofac said yesterday it had won a deal in the North Sea worth nearly £1million.
The firm said its plant asset management (PAM) team would work on Nexen’s Golden Eagle development in the central North Sea and provide the operator with a maintenance regime for the project.
John Morrison, European operations manager at Petrofac’s PAM team, said: “While we already have experience of similar projects thanks to our work on the Quad 204, Clair Ridge and Andrew Area Development projects for BP, this continues our expansion in the provision of maintenance excellence solutions into the North Sea offshore market, and we look forward to building on this further.”
Petrofac’s PAM division employs 171 people in total, including 30 in Aberdeen. Petrofac employs around 4,000 people in Aberdeen across its divisions.