Wood Group have won a longterm contract from ConocoPhillips, for oil, gas and LNG work, offshore Australia.
The global oilfield services specialist announced the news Tuesday, stating that they had won a multi-year contract for ConocoPhillips Australia.
The contract will see UK based firm work on Conoco’s Bayu-Undan field, an offshore gas condensate field located west of East Timor.
The deal also includes work on Conoco’s Darwin Liquified Natural Gas Plant (LNG), located at Darwin’s Wickham Point.
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Wood Group will supply engineering services on all floating, storage and offloading facilities within the two locations, as well as all subsea pipelines.
Wood Group will run the contract through its Wood Group PSN base in Perth, with contract personnel also being based in the East Timor capital, Dili. The company’s Wood Group Kenny arm will supply the contract with all subsea engineering expertise.
Speaking on the contract, managing director for Wood Group PSN Australia & Asia Pacific, Andrew Stewart, said: “This win is a privileged addition to our existing brownfield modifications capabilities, particularly across our growing LNG activities in Australia and Asia Pacific.”
“To deliver this contract, we are delighted to be able to harness the collaborative expertise of Wood Group PSN in brownfield services and Wood Group Kenny in subsea engineering.”
“Hiring and developing local personnel and supporting supply chain companies in the communities where we operate are priorities for Wood Group.”
“Our commitment will be reflected in this contract, particularly in Timor-Leste where we will maximise employment opportunities for people in the region, having due regard to safety and good oil field practice.”