UK’s oilfield services provider Amec Foster Wheeler has confirmed winning two long-term major services contracts.
The company said the contracts come as part of Repsol Sinopec Resources UK’s long-term transformation and long-term commitment to the North Sea. The contracts are both for an initial three-year term with up to two one-year extensions.
The new contracts are for the provision of maintenance and construction labor and engineering support services, covering its offshore operated assets and the terminal at Flotta. In each category, contracts have been awarded to at least two providers to ensure best practice and to incentivise and reward performance and innovation.
The first contract is a new, simplified labor supply contract, replacing the previous maintenance services model. Amec Foster Wheeler’s scope covers seven offshore assets: Arbroath; Bleo Holm; Buchan; Clyde; Claymore; Montrose; Tartan.
The second contract is for a tier 1 engineering services support, covering brownfield modifications and repair orders on a call-off basis, reflecting Repsol Sinopec’s asset-based structure and allowing assets to align engineering scopes with suppliers whose core competence makes them best placed to execute them efficiently.
Alan Johnstone, Amec Foster Wheeler’s Managing Director for Upstream Asset Solutions, said: “These new operations and maintenance contracts are all about efficient delivery, offering innovative solutions, and being accountable for what we do. I am delighted that we have been chosen as part of the supply chain to support Repsol Sinopec in its continued transformation, and I look forward to seeing us deliver long-term value to them.”