Aberdeen-headquartered firm Wood has announced a “significant” contract extension on a number of Taqa’s North Sea assets.
The deal will see Wood provide engineering, construction and maintenance services on several platforms, beginning immediately.
The 18-month extension carries on from a previous agreement covering the Cormorant Alpha, Eider, Tern, North Cormorant and subsequently Harding offshore assets, and will see Wood’s activities continue to support these installations.
Wood would not disclose the contract value, but did say it was a “significant” deal.
It would also not be drawn on job numbers, but added that the work will be delivered by Wood’s Aberdeen-based operations and engineering teams, with construction and maintenance operatives working offshore.
Dave Stewart, chief executive of Wood’s Asset Solutions business in Europe, Africa, Asia and Australia, said: “We are delighted to continue our long-standing relationship with Taqa having first partnered with them to support these North Sea assets over a decade ago.
“Wood has a wealth of experience in safely maintaining offshore installations across the UK North Sea, helping to maintain operational excellence, extend field life and maximise economic recovery.”