Wood Group bags Chevron Tigris, Anchor work

OE Staff
Wednesday, May 17, 2017

Wood Group has signed a 10-year master services agreement (MSA) with Chevron that allows them to deliver conceptual engineering, pre-front-end engineering design (pre-FEED), FEED, detailed design and procurement services in multiple locations across Chevron’s global onshore and offshore asset portfolio. 
 
Contracts to provide topsides conceptual and pre-FEED for two semisubmersible platforms on the Tigris and Anchor developments in the Gulf of Mexico (GoM) have been awarded as the first work orders under this new agreement.
 
The Tigris and Anchor platforms will operate in 4000-5000ft of water, approximately 140mi offshore Louisiana in the GoM.
  
“We have in excess of 30 years of experience in deepwater developments for a broad range of customers, from concept to closure. The amalgamation of this knowledge and experience will be brought to bear for Chevron for an optimal solution,” says Robin Watson, chief executive of Wood Group.

Chevron and Wood Group share a long-standing relationship, with several projects in the GoM, including Jack and St. Malo and Blind Faith, plus the Gorgon project in Australia.                              

Categories: Activity North America Gulf of Mexico Design Procurement

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