Oilfield services firm Wood Group has been awarded a new engineering services framework agreement by Danish firm Dong Energy, to support their oil & gas assets across the Danish, Norwegian and UK continental shelves.
Front end development, maintenance and modifications, engineering, and late life and decommissioning services, for both topsides and subsea facilities, will be provided under the four year contract, which is effective immediately.
Robin Watson, Wood Group’s chief executive said: “We will leverage our broad capabilities, in-depth knowledge and longstanding experience working in these three continental shelves, to support this new client. Working in collaboration with DONG Energy to maximize the productivity and enhance the efficiency and effectiveness of their operations, will be our clear focus. We look forward to building our partnership with this key client and to deepening our presence and service offering across North West Europe.”
The Danish energy giant has been working to transform itself into a green company, looking to turn its business mostly towards renewables. However, the company also has producing oil and assets in Denmark, Norway and the UK. The company recently said that its oil and gas business was being managed for cash, which would be reinvested in renewable energy.