Glacier Energy has won a contract worth about £1 million to supply export gas coolers for Total Exploration and Production UK (TEPUK)’s North Alwyn platform in the North Sea.
The work was awarded by PBS – a consortium of Ponticelli UK, Brand UK and Semco Maritime based in Westhill, near Aberdeen.
Granite City-based Glacier supplies specialist products and services for energy infrastructure projects globally.
Its work on North Alwyn, about 300 miles north-east of Aberdeen, includes the design, fabrication, assembly, inspection, testing and supply of four shell and tube heat exchangers.
Glacier’s heat transfer solutions division has already started work on the units, which are due for delivery in January.
Andy Scott, director of Glacier’s heat transfer division, said: “This is a significant award for the team that reinforces the strength of our design and manufacturing expertise, as well as our market-leading status in the heat transfer solutions field across the oil and gas, chemical and alternative energy industries.
“A key factor in securing this award was our close collaboration with the client and ability to provide a custom-engineered solution to eliminate potential and substantial modifications to the platform.”
Glacier employs 220 people across sites in Aberdeen, Glasgow, Methil and Rotherham.
PBS has a five-year contract for operations and maintenance services on all TEPUK assets in the North Sea.