Energy service giant Petrofac said today its projects and operations business unit had secured contract renewals for UK North Sea work worth a total of about $400million (£252million).
The largest of these awards is for the provision of operations and maintenance teams for CNR International across its North Sea assets – the three platforms in the Ninian complex, Murchison, and Tiffany – for the next five years.
In the East Irish Sea, Petrofac has secured a two-year contract renewal from Eni covering operations and maintenance services for the Douglas fixed platforms, offshore storage installation and the Point of Ayr terminal.
Petrofac said it had also secured duty holder responsibility for the Irish Sea Pioneer operations support vessel.
“This builds on Petrofac’s existing portfolio of service provision for Eni, including as duty holder of the Hewett field and assets in the southern North Sea,” the firm added.
Walter Thain, managing director, Petrofac offshore projects and operations, said: “This package is great news for the business and for everyone involved.
“In the current climate, more than ever, it is vital that operators can have confidence in the supply chain to continue to generate value for them.
“This large-scale renewal – of contracts that we have held in some cases for more than a decade – is testament to our record of sustained operations delivery on behalf of our customers right across the UKCS (UK continental shelf).”