Global oil and gas field services group, Amec Foster Wheeler, has been awarded an integrated services contract by Maersk Oil, for all UK offshore North Sea assets.
The deal is set to last three years, starting in September of this year. No statement has been made to the value of the contract.
The contract covers all areas of project and maintenance work to Maersk Oil’s North Sea assets, including: procurement; engineering services; offshore construction and all offshore operations support from its Aberdeen base.
Amec has said that it will be using its own process on the contract it calls ‘more4less’, which it says is proven to drive savings to clients of between 30 to 60 percent.
Amec Foster Wheeler’s Group President for Northern Europe & CIS, John Pearson, said: “I am delighted that our oil and gas team has risen to the challenge of ‘not letting a crisis go to waste.”
“We have re-written how our services in the North Sea are delivered and have built a new way of working collaboratively, safely and efficiently to answer our customers’ needs in this tough market.”
“I’m delighted that Maersk Oil have recognised that we have a truly different way of delivering efficiently for their assets, and I’m even more delighted that we can deliver significant value for Maersk and look forward to developing a long-term relationship.”