Aberdeen oil and gas engineering services business Plexus Holdings has landed a contract with Brunei Shell Petroleum (BSP).
The firm has won a four-year deal to supply wellhead and mudline equipment – its third agreement with BSP.
The contract could be worth £2million over the next 18 months, depending on the number of wells drilled.
Plexus Holdings chief executive Ben van Bilderbeek said: “There is no better vote of confidence in the quality, safety, and operational advantages of our Pos-Grip wellhead equipment than a follow-up contract with a leading oil and gas operator.
“Since the first contract with BSP was signed in 2006, we have further developed our relationship with Royal Dutch Shell, with whom, along with a number of other major companies operating in the sector, we are currently collaborating with in the development of a new pioneering subsea wellhead design joint industry project.”
“This forms part of our wider strategy to expand the reach of our proven, patented technology, both in terms of geography and product range, both surface and subsea.
“In the meantime, as today’s contract shows, considerable opportunities to supply our wellhead equipment to the oil and gas industry remain and, as our reputation and track record grows, I expect to report further contract wins in due course.”