Mechanical services company EnerMech have secured a contract with Talisman Energy Norge (TENAS) for a crane cabin change out on the Gyda platform in the Southern North Sea.
The work scope covers the design, engineering, construction and installation of the cabin with delivery scheduled for July. Construction will take place at EnerMech’s Stavanger facility and the contract is estimated to be worth in the region of 5.5 million NOK (£550k).
Talisman have also extended a frame agreement with EnerMech which covers crane maintenance services, including the provision of personnel services offshore and onshore, and modification work on the Gyda platform, with options to cover other Talisman operated platforms.
The frame agreement was previously held by Bjørge ASA but has been transferred following EnerMech’s acquisition of Bjørge’s crane division last October.
Trond Møller, general manager of EnerMech A/S, said: “TENAS is a key client for EnerMech and we are delighted to have strengthened our existing relationship with the award of this cabin change out contract and the extension of our frame agreement for crane maintenance services.
“Our strategy is to extend our presence in the Norwegian crane market by providing a greater level of engineering depth and technical know-how than is currently available to clients.”
EnerMech Ltd was formed in April 2008 and offers a safer, more customer-focused, responsive service with lower costs in the mechanical services sector within the energy industry, while delivering a much greater level of engineering and technical support than competitors can offer.
The company specialises in the supply, maintenance and engineering of cranes, lifting and hydraulic equipment, rental of hand tools and zoned equipment and provision of training and specialist personnel to the energy industry.
With the acquisition of Specialist Maintenance Services Ltd and A1 Safety Training Consultants Ltd, EnerMech is now one of the UK’s leading providers of offshore crane and lifting operations, crane personnel and safety training. EnerMech also has a significant presence in Norway following the acquisition of Bjørge ASA’s crane division in October 2008.
EnerMech employs 250 staff at its Aberdeen headquarters and bases in Great Yarmouth and Stavanger and has plans to expand its geographic footprint across the eastern hemisphere.
EnerMech’s five director-owners are backed by private equity firm Lime Rock Partners and together have in place a £30 million plus funding package to facilitate organic growth and further acquisitions.
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