Engineering and procurement firm Worley announced today it has been awarded the hook-up and commissioning deal for BP’s Mad Dog 2 project in the Gulf of Mexico.
The contract will see Worley carry out hook-up and commissioning integration services for BP’s Mad Dog 2 project and the Argos deep-water platform in the Gulf of Mexico.
Argos is BP’s newest floating production unit (FPU) and is scheduled to be commissioned in 2021.
The agreement will see Worley prepare for arrival of the FPU in the Gulf of Mexico and complete final systems commissioning in Texas, offshore hook-up at the Mad Dog field and handover of the platform to BP’s Global Operations Organisation.
Andrew Wood, chief executive Officer of Worley, said: “Worley is looking forward to supporting BP’s North American strategy through the integration of this new asset into BP’s production fleet in the Gulf of Mexico.”