Petrofac given North Sea extension by Total

Petrofac given North Sea extension by Total

Petrofac has announced that it has been awarded an enhanced three-year contract extension on the Alwyn and Dunbar platforms in the Northern North Sea by Total E&P UK.

The contract, worth about $100m, comes with two one-year options and has been reconfigured, with Petrofac providing an enhanced range of offshore services.

The UK-headquartered company said that contract award will secure over 150 offshore jobs.

“Over the last decade we’ve developed a great understanding of the Alwyn and Dunbar assets and have worked with Total to deliver significant improvements to both safety and production efficiency,” said Walter Thain, managing director, West, Petrofac Engineering & Production Services.

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