PD&MS Energy Wins BP Contract
PD&MS Energy, a leading UK oil and gas engineering consultancy, has secured a call-off engineering contract with BP Norway.
The contract will see the Aberdeen-based business deliver engineering, procurement and offshore construction services for drilling upgrades for BP in Norway.
This latest agreement for PD&MS follows on from a significant win for similar work on BP’s entire UK North Sea platform drilling assets.
Simon Rio, managing director of PD&MS Energy, said: "We are delighted to be awarded yet another contract with BP. We are extremely proud of what we have achieved over the past four to five years with BP and this latest contract covering Norwegian assets is testament to their confidence in the services we provide.
"The contract award is a further endorsement of PD&MS capabilities in the UK and international markets and one which will further strengthen our position as one of the leading engineering firms specialising in drilling facilities modifications and upgrades."
PD&MS Energy, which now has over 200 onshore personnel on board, recently secured additional office space in its Atholl House and Exchange Street premises to facilitate the continued growth of the business and to meet the increased demand for its services.
The multi-disciplined engineering business delivers full project design and management services to the oil and gas industry, focussing mainly on brownfield engineering, including upgrades and fabric maintenance for fixed platforms and mobile offshore drilling units (MODUs).
Established in 2002, PD&MS Energy’s services include project management, detailed design and design verification and engineering across structural, piping/mechanical, electrical and instrumentation, process and HVAC disciplines, to the oil and gas production, drilling and marine industries.
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