North Sea newcomer Chrysaor has handed Stork a contract to provide maintenance and repair work on three North Sea platforms.
Stork, a Dutch supply chain company, will work on the Armada, Everest and Lomond platforms in the central North Sea.
The assets will transfer to Chrysaor when its £3billion acquisition of a package of North Sea assets from Shell goes through in the coming weeks.
The contract is for an initial year with two one-year options included.
Erik-Jan Bijvank, regional vice president of Stork’s UK, Middle East and Africa region, said: “This award is substantial in terms of our combined service offering as well as the scale and volume of deliverables that will support approximately 120 onshore and offshore jobs.
“We are proud to work with Chrysaor because of Stork’s shared commitment to safety, the delivery of excellence and continuous improvement. This integrated contract provides significant opportunities to support Chrysaor with its goal to maximize efficiency across its North Sea asset portfolio.”