Norwegian oil giant Statoil has awarded the management contract for the floating storage unit (FSU) for its £4billion-plus Mariner project in the UK North Sea to offshore service firm OSM Offshore Aberdeen. The value of the contract, which starts on February 1 and will last for five years, with three further option periods of two years each, was undisclosed. However, industry sources said it was a “significant”.
Schlumberger has been awarded a drilling contract on the Mariner field by Statoil and its co-venturers. The work will be delivered from the company’s Aberdeen base and it will be responsible for al number of services. A total of 22 drilling and well services are included in the scope, including a logistics support responsibility.
Aker Solutions has secured a £120million contract for work on the Mariner oilfield development in the UK North Sea. The agreement will see the company provide engineering, construction and commissioning services during the development’s hook-up phase. Aker will carry out the work on behalf of Daewoo Shipbuilding and Marine Engineering on the development. The deal comes in addition to a five-year maintenance and modification service contract awarded by Statoil in June.