Wintershall selects Wood Group for maintenance and mods in Norway

OE Staff
Wednesday, August 31, 2016

Wood Group has been awarded a four-year frame agreement by Wintershall Norge to tender for provision of modification and maintenance services to assets in the Norwegian continental shelf (NCS). 

The deal comes with two three-year extension options and is effective immediately. It will be delivered from Wood Group's offices in Sandefjord, Stavanger, Bergen, Oslo and Moss.

Robin Watson, Wood Group chief executive, said: "Wood Group has been active on the NCS for more than 20 years and Norway remains a key market for us where we continue to see opportunities to strengthen our presence and leverage our technical expertise across our broad portfolio of capabilities. 

"We will bring our depth of knowledge of the Norwegian sector to this new contract with Wintershall Norge where our focus will be on working collaboratively with our client to deliver maintenance and modification services, which enhance the efficiency and effectiveness of their assets." 

Categories: Engineering Europe Maintenance

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