Engineering company Xodus Group has been awarded a framework agreement by Lundin Norway to provide engineering studies and verification services for its developments on the Norwegian Continental Shelf.
Xodus stated in a press release on Wednesday that they would provide these services for the next four years with an extension option for an additional two years.
The framework will see Xodus working closely with Kvaerner, EMAS Chiyoda Subsea and Kanfa as partners and subcontractors. The company stated that the agreement will see Xodus perform concept screening, feasibility studies, concept selection and pre-engineering, subsea and facilities including modifications, debottlenecking and process optimization studies.
Steve Swindell, Operations Director with Xodus Group said: “Our specialists in studies and verification services are focused on delivering high quality on all projects and this agreement gives us the ability to offer even more insight by working closely with Lundin over the next four years.”
Xodus also stated that it has already been awarded two call-off orders based on the framework agreement including a feasibility study for one of Lundin’s developments in the Barents Sea, offshore Norway.