Global Energy Group has finished building and loading out more than 1,000tonnes worth of equipment for the North Sea Culzean field at its Invergordon base.
Global, which has operations in Aberdeen and across the globe, was contracted to supply a pipeline end manifold module and protection structure, subsea safety isolation valve and riser bases for Culzean.
Daniel McAteer, chief business development officer at Global, said: ‘We’re delighted to continue supporting our clients on this project and will continue to work on Culzean scopes with a number of tie-in spools due for load out from Nigg in 2018.”
“With Nigg Energy Park, we’re fortunate to have the largest port facility in the Moray Firth, combining some of the largest construction and assembly shops in UK.
“By using Nigg and our neighboring Invergordon facility we’ve been able to combine our wide service offering to this particular Culzean project scope with the inclusion of our fabrication facilities, storage, laydown and yard logistics along with our mobile crane fleet, our marine workboats and barges as well as a number of multi-disciplined offshore construction personnel and Access Systems.”
Culzean lies about 145 miles east of Aberdeen and is expected to produce between 60,000 and 90,000 barrels of oil equivalent at plateau for at least 13 years.
Maersk Oil, which operates the Culzean field, expects first oil in 2019.