Norwegian oil and gas consultancy Add Energy has kept up its recent run of contract wins after netting a £120,000 deal with an unspecified Omani gas operator.
Stavanger-headquartered Add, which has nine bases in seven countries, including one in Aberdeen, will carry out maintenance work at one of the client’s plants.
Add’s divisions in Aberdeen and Muscat will manage the project.
The firm said the deal, which was slated to get under way this month, would help safeguard jobs at both offices.
Add managing director Peter Adam said: “We are thrilled to have been awarded this contract from a world class upstream gas operator in Oman.
“Having completed previous contracts in the region, the Middle East has always been a focus for Add Energy and we look forward to working closely with our client in the coming months.
“This contract signifies that while cost cutting continues, operators still need to invest in initiatives that are driven towards efficiency and streamlining operations.”
It comes just over a month after the company won a lucrative contract with BP.