Wood has secured a $75million (£58.2m) contract with Equinor for its Mariner field, supporting around 100 jobs.
The Aberdeen-headquartered energy services firm will provide operations, maintenance, modifications and offshore services to the Mariner A platform and Mariner B floating storage unit over three years.
Wood said the deal will run from January 2021 to Q4 2023, with options to extend.
It comes after Equinor started up the multi-billion pound development east of Shetland last year, which is expected to continue producing through to 2050.
Craig Shanaghey, president of Wood’s operations services business in Europe and Africa, said: “We are delighted to extend our strong partnership with Equinor to include support for their operations at the pioneering Mariner field.
“Wood has a long-standing track record of partnering with our clients to deliver safe, reliable, and optimised operations in the UKCS, and we look forward to extending that to include Mariner by leveraging our deep operational knowledge, experience, and digital capability.
“Mariner is still in its early years of production and, with Wood’s ambition to realise a digitally-enabled future, we see excellent potential to explore new opportunities that will promote a lifetime of sustainable and responsible operations at the field.”
The work will support a mix of around 100 onshore and offshore roles, Wood said, delivered by teams based out of Aberdeen.
It comes as the firm announced in August it had reduced headcount by 10,000 jobs roles globally since the downturn, including some in north-east Scotland.
Mariner is Equinor’s first operated asset in the UK, with its next target being Rosebank to the west of Shetland, though a final investment decision on that project is not expected until 2022.
The development has been praised for its use of automated drilling and digital twin technologies to improve costs.
This latest contract builds on Wood’s agreements with Equinor on the Kollsnes gas processing facility and Breidablikk tie-back development in Norway.