Shell awards $3mn maintenance contract to UK firm
Company will provide optimisation, reliability and integrity services to Shell's projects globally
Oil and gas super major Shell has awarded Add Energy, an Aberdeen-based oil and gas consultancy, a new $3mn contract to provide maintenance services to its global assets.
The contract will secure jobs for more than nine people over the next three years, the consultancy said.
Under the agreement, the firm will be responsible for optimisation, reliability and integrity assurance projects on an international basis.
Add Energy’s asset & integrity management team has assisted Shell globally with asset performance and maintenance for the last 12 years working on integrity projects and business process improvements.
Peter Adam, Add Energy’s EVP asset & integrity management, said: “We are proud to have been awarded this enhanced contract with Shell”.
“Our successful relationship over the past 12 years is set to continue with expanded scope and value for money”.
“Add Energy has a strong record in maintenance improvement and asset integrity, and is well versed with Shell’s business processes, which enables us to efficiently prioritise integrity tasks and identify cost savings for the client.”
Despite the financial challenges faced by the industry in the current downturn, the focus on safety remains high.
"Add Energy’s asset & integrity team continues to support safe asset operations to ensure business objectives are met and in compliance with HSSE Policies," the company said.