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Centrica contracts Hertel for Morecambe Bay maintenance

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WINDSOR, UK – Centrica Energy (CAN:LN) has awarded Hertel a three-year contract to maintain and refurbish eight platforms in Morecambe Bay in the East Irish Sea off northwest England.

These comprise manned and unmanned installations.

Hertel’s scope includes refurbishment of recreational areas on the platforms and developing initiatives for further improvements to reduce unscheduled downtime and costs, while ensuring all assets remain fit for purpose.

Mike Astell, regional director – East Irish Sea, said his company was looking to extend operations in the East Irish Sea to the 2020s and beyond.

7/5/2013

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