Norwegian oil company Aker BP has awarded Endúr Fabricom a framework agreement for the delivery of mechanical maintenance services on all of Aker BP’s installations on the Norwegian Continental Shelf.
Endúr Fabricom said on Monday that the services under the contract cover all fields in operation where Aker BP is the operator.
The company added that the contract was for three years plus two options for one year each.
The scope of work under the contract includes offshore installation under the supervision of Aker BP’s maintenance department.
The scope also includes onshore work for construction, prefabrication, repair, and overhaul of static mechanical equipment, sandblasting and paint, pressure testing facilities, and leak testing.
Endur Fabricom’s CEO, Mikal Løvik, said: “The award is a confirmation that Endúr’s long-standing experience and quality in mechanical engineering is still competitive in a highly competitive market. We are looking forward to address this cooperation with Aker BP in the future.”
Fabricom also said it previously performed work for Aker BP on the Alvheim field and considered Aker BP as a strategically important client.