Lamprell has won an engineering, procurement, construction and installation (EPCI) contract from Saudi Aramco on the Marjan field.
The service company said the award fell under the long-term agreement (LTA) programme. This is Lamprell’s first win under this programme.
The EPCI contract covers work on two offshore production deck modules and associated pipeline and subsea cables.
Lamprell did not provide an exact number for the work, describing it as large, which is from $50 million to $150 million.
“We are delighted to have received our first LTA contract award since joining the programme in 2018. Our team has been working closely with Saudi Aramco over the past few months and we look forward to strengthening our partnership through this project,” said Lamprell’s CEO Christopher McDonald.
“Marjan is a strategic asset of global significance and we are honoured to play a role in its development. The award reinforces our commitment to our strategy and we look forward to working on further opportunities in the region.”
The field is in the Arabian Gulf, off Saudi’s east coast.
Lamprell joined the LTA programme in 2018. The scheme runs an initial duration of six years, with options for Aramco to extend this twice by three years each.
The LTA programme allows contractors to bypass some prequalification and preselection steps when working on Aramco tenders.
Lamprell signed up to the LTA under a consortium with Boskalis. Lamprell was to focus on offshore structures, while Boskalis would transport and install these structures.
The company has said its work in Saudi and the United Arab Emirates is at the heart of its oil and gas strategy.