Wood Group secures offshore contract from Maersk

Wood Group secures offshore contract from Maersk

UK offshore engineering firm Wood Group has been awarded a new contract by Maersk to deliver mechanical and management services for the hook-up and commissioning of the Culzean gas condensate field in the UK central North Sea.

The three-year contract is effective immediately, although no other contract terms were disclosed.

“Maersk’s decision to award us this new contract to support them in this significant North Sea development reflects their confidence and assurance in our ability to deliver our broad technical solutions safely, efficiently and effectively,” said Dave Stewart, CEO of Wood Group’s Asset Life Cycle Solutions business in the Eastern region.

“We will bring our strong, global experience and expertise in the execution of hooks-ups to the project, where our focus will be working in close collaboration with Maersk towards its successful delivery,” Stewart added.

At the end of June, Wood Group secured a multi-million dollar contract from Husky Energy for engineering works offshore Canada.

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