Bilfinger Salamis Wins Chevron North Sea Contract
Bilfinger Salamis UK reported late Thursday that it has won a major contract with Chevron Upstream Europe to provide maintenance services to the company's North Sea platforms.
The contract, which has a potential value of approximately $77.5 million, will last for three years and has two additional renewal options. It will secure continuity of employment for more than 80 Bilfinger Salamis employees offshore and onshore.
Services provided to Chevron's assets – Alba North, Alba FSU, Captain WPP, Captain FPSO and the Erskine Platform – will include the supply of deck crews, rigging, coatings and insulation work, scaffolding, rope access, specialist cleaning and architectural services.
Bilfinger Salamis Delivery Manager Doug Sheal commented in a statement:
"We see this long-term contract award as an opportunity to invest further in our people and the equipment assigned to Chevron and further cement our positive working relationship. The contract award to Bilfinger Salamis UK builds on our existing track record, relationships and knowledge of the assets in a seamless manner without disruption to crews work plans or safety culture."
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