Stay Connected

Centrica contracts Hertel for Morecambe Bay maintenance

Offshore staff

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

Related Articles

McDermott wins Middle East offshore field expansion contract

Nov 27, 2013

McDermott International has won an EPCI contract valued at around $200 million for an offshore project in the Middle East.

Unique Seaflex responds to Saipem load test call

Nov 27, 2013

Unique Seaflex has delivered materials to support a load test on a Saipem-owned derrick barge at Pointe Noire, Congo.

Trending News

Ophir field secures finances for development

Jul 24, 2014

Octanex N.L. has secured limited recourse project finance for development of the Ophir field, offshore Malaysia.

Colombia’s oil auction brings in $1.4B in investment

Jul 24, 2014

Royal Dutch Shell Plc, Exxon Mobil Corp, Anadarko Petroleum Corp, and Repsol SA were among the 19 companies bidding on 26 of 95 blocks offered by Colombia.

North Sea operator awards contract to Asset Guardian Solutions

Jul 24, 2014

A North Sea operator in Aberdeen, Scotland, has awarded Asset Guardian Solutions Ltd (AGSL) a key contract.

TGS announces multi-client seafloor sampling and seep studies

Jul 24, 2014

TGS reports two multi-client geochemical seafloor sampling and seep studies, one offshore Canada and the other in the Barents Sea. Sampling locations for both programs were identified, using recently acquired multi-client seismic data.

Second deepwater Liwan pipelay under way offshore China

Jul 24, 2014

Construction vessels have started work offshore China installing a second deepwater production pipeline from the main Liwan 3-1 field to the Liwan shallow-water central platform. 

  Offshore
Digital Magazine
Look Inside
Cover
Current Issue

Oil & Gas Jobs

View more Job Listings >>