Global engineering Fluor Corporation announced that its diversified services segment Stork was awarded a two-year contract extension by Chrysaor to deliver integrated specialist asset integrity services for its Armada, Everest and Lomond offshore production platforms located in the Central North Sea. Fluor booked the undisclosed contract value in the third quarter of 2018.
“Stork looks forward to strengthening our collaborative relationship with Chrysaor as we work to optimize the performance of these important UK offshore assets,” said Taco de Haan, Stork’s president. “Utilizing our full portfolio of professional solutions will provide significant opportunities to support Chrysaor’s goal to maximize efficiency and achieve reliable operations across its North Sea portfolio.”
“Stork has provided specialist asset integrity solutions for these platforms since 2014, so we are delighted to have been awarded this contract extension,” said Erik-Jan Bijvank, Stork's international vice president.
Under this contract, Stork will continue to deliver an inclusive range of solutions and capabilities to extend the offshore assets’ life cycle. Through proven methodologies and Stork’s integrity corrective action teams (ICATs), Stork will assess and optimize work, delivering an inspection process to meet the operational strategy for each asset and undertaking any necessary repairs. This integrated capability reduces failures while extending the asset’s life.
ICAT is Stork’s process-led, multi-disciplined approach which identifies and rapidly remedies integrity anomalies before they require repair or replacement.
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