RBG said yesterday it had landed a three-year contract with Chevron North Sea worth £1.2million.
The Aberdeen firm, a provider of fabric maintenance and construction support, is to provide electrical rope-access services as part of the deal.
RBG will carry out electrical inspection and upgrades on the Alba, Captain and Erskine platforms. It said that, as the only electrical contractor with an in-house rope-access capability, it could deliver electrical technicians to places that normally required scaffolding.
Jason Smith, general manager at RBG, said: “We are very pleased to be working with Chevron and I am confident the contract will be a success.
“Our skilled electrical rope-access service sets us apart from our competitors and this award will position us well for the expected growth in this side of the business.
“While the UK continental shelf continues to be a key region for us, the experience gained here will help us expand our offering further afield.”