Infrastructure firm Costain’s Aberdeen team will work on contracts worth £4 million for a range of projects, including North Sea oil and gas, nuclear and carbon capture.
Costain, which has an office at Carden Place, will carry out early stage engineering and design planning for topside modifications required for “several” subsea tie-back developments offshore UK.
The team will also get involved in the pre-FEED phase for a carbon capture usage and storage project that includes the onshore and offshore dimensions.
And Costain will deliver improved efficiencies at several UK onshore gas terminals.
Sean Close, Costain’s director based in Aberdeen, said: “Oil and gas remains a key focus area as we help the UK transition to a low carbon economy by continuing to apply our 60 years of hydrocarbons experience in other energy markets such as nuclear, hydrogen and carbon capture. In particular, we are leveraging our expertise in gas processing to help make hydrogen a reality for the UK’s power, transport and heating sectors.
“These wins are testament to the broad range of capability in our Aberdeen team and underline the city’s status as a hub of engineering provision.”