Oil field service firm EnerMech has secured North Sea cranes and lifting services work worth more than £21 million.
Aberdeen-headquartered EnerMech said it had agreed a new multi-million pound deal with an unspecified operator in the North Sea and extended terms on a number of existing contracts.
EnerMech will work on three North Sea platforms operated by the new client over a five-year period.
The company has also tied up a three-year extension to its pact with Maersk Oil UK for the Gryphon Alpha and Global Producer III vessels, as well as the new Culzean gas field.
A one-year extension for Dana Petroleum’s Triton and Western Isles assets, and a two-year extension for Spirit Energy’s Morecambe Bay assets, have also been agreed.
Combined, the new contract and the contract extensions are worth in excess of £21m.
Chris Dixon, EnerMech’s UK director of mechanical handling services, said: “Our continued focus on delivering value by provided integrated services with careful cost management is winning us new cranes and lifting service clients and extending relationships with existing customers.
“We are looking forward to forming a strong partnership with this new North Sea client and we believe our template for providing high quality combined services is an attractive offering to UKCS and international operators.”