Aberdeen-headquartered Xodus Group has won a contract with North Sea operator Apache to deliver subsea engineering services for two new infill well developments at the Nevis and Skene fields in the Northern North Sea.
The latest win follows a number of successful projects delivered for Apache over the last 18 months, according to Xodus, including the concept, Front End Engineering Design (FEED) and detailed design studies for the Beryl field’s Far North Triassic (FNT) subsea tie-back.
“We are looking forward to supporting the Nevis and Skene developments,” Andrew Wylie, Scotland subsea & pipelines manager at Xodus, said.
“We are involved with Apache in the very early stages of a project and they give us the freedom to think about the challenge so that we can focus on finding the best and most efficient solution. Apache and Xodus have similar cultures embedded within their teams, which allows us to add technical value and deliver cost savings,” he added.
Patrick Duggan, subsea projects manager of Apache, said that the company was pleased to continue to build on its relationship with Xodus to progress its planned infill well program.
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