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CNR extends North Sea field services deal

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ABERDEEN, UK – CNR International U.K. has extended Wood Group PSN’s support contract on various North Sea fields by an additional three years.

Since 2005 Wood Group PSN has provided project management, engineering, construction, and general commissioning services on CNR’s Murchison, Tiffany, Ninian North, Central, and South platforms in the northern UK sector.

David Stewart, UK managing director of WGPSN, said the extension would secure employment for 200 offshore personnel and 250 onshore employees, working from the company’s offices in Aberdeen and in Runcorn and Hull in northern England.

3/27/2013

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