Neptune hands out engineering and decom services deal for Dutch North Sea assets

Neptune Energy has awarded a four-year framework agreement for EPCIC (engineering, procurement, construction, installation & commissioning) and decommissioning services for brownfield modification to Stork Worley Integrated Solutions V.O.F. for its Dutch North Sea assets. 

Source: Neptune Energy

The services will comprise of engineering, procurement, construction, installation, commissioning, and decommissioning services, Neptune said on Thursday.

Neptune Energy’s Netherlands Managing Director, Lex de Groot, said: “We are building a sustainable future for our business and delivering significant societal and economic benefits to the Netherlands. An important element is to optimising our existing producing assets and keeping them fit for the future. Stork Worley are experts in delivering the right people, services and solutions for brownfield modifications.

“For example, our L10-A platform is the first platform on the Dutch part of the North Sea producing since 16 May 1975. Next to optimising our current production assets we also keep exploring plays and participating in future developments, such as the offshore green hydrogen pilot PosHYdon on our Q13a platform. ”

Taco de Haan, Stork’s President, said: “Stork is extremely pleased that Neptune Energy awarded the four-year framework agreement to the integrated partnership of Worley & Stork. Neptune Energy is an important player in North Sea and we are proud to expand our existing relationship.”

Jim Lenton, President of Upstream/Midstream/LNG, Integrated Solutions, Worley, said: “We look forward to delivering value and collaborating with Neptune Energy on this EPCIC framework and we plan for this Stork Worley consortium to be truly 1+1=3. This contract supports our strategy to grow our Integrated Solutions services, and we look forward to further growing our relationship with Neptune Energy in the future.”

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