Aberdeen crane engineering firm Sparrows Group today revealed its third new North Sea contract in February.
Sparrows has clinched a five-year deal with Maersk Oil UK for the supply of hydraulic, lifting and rigging services.
Earlier this month, the company announced deals to provide services for ScottishPower Renewables’s East Anglia ONE offshore wind farm.
It also agreed to renew a mechanical handling and crane management pact with BP for an initial five years.
The firm will play a part in the lifting operations for Maersk’s Global Producer 3 (GP3) and Gryphon FPSO’s and the new Culzean FSO, currently under construction in Singapore.
Sparrows did not disclose the contract value.
Sparrows chief executive Stewart Mitchell said: “The award of this important contract confirms our reputation as a world-class provider of reliable and cost-effective hydraulic, lifting and rigging solutions.
“We look forward to collaborating with Maersk to support their existing operations across the North Sea as well as Culzean. As the largest discovery in the UKCS since 2004, we are delighted to be involved in helping ensure safe and efficient production from this strategically important development.”