Australian engineering company Worley has been awarded a two-year contract extension to provide engineering, procurement, and construction (EPC) services to CNOOC Petroleum Europe’s three operated assets in the North Sea.
The contract involves over 200 personnel, including the onshore and offshore teams, that provide EPC services for the Golden Eagle, Scott and Buzzard platforms from FEED through to commissioning.
Worley completed construction of the greenfield module for the Buzzard Phase II development in early 2020. Weighing 474-tonnes, it will be installed on the south west corner of the Buzzard ‘P’ platform.
The module was designed and engineered by Worley’s project office in Aberdeen, UK, and subsequently constructed by Rosenberg Worley at its fabrication facility in Stavanger (Hundvåg), Norway.
Dynamic commissioning of the completed module is ongoing. It is expected to be installed in the Buzzard field in the summer 2021.