In Brief

Peterson has been awarded two long term contracts with Statoil to provide logistics support for the Dudgeon offshore wind farm located in the Southern North Sea PJ Valves (PJV) has been awarded more than £1 million worth of contracts to supply over 1000 valves to Maersk Oil’s Culzean field in the UK North Sea Lloyd’s Register has secured two of the four major UKCS projects recently tendered by the Oil & Gas Authority (OGA) for the UK Continental Shelf (UKCS)


Two six-year contracts
Peterson has been awarded two long term contracts with Statoil to provide logistics support for the Dudgeon offshore wind farm located in the Southern North Sea. Peterson will work closely with the operator to deliver comprehensive logistics services including stevedoring, ship agency services, provisions delivery and transportation of personnel for walk to work security. Peterson will also be responsible for the supply of fuelling services from its facility in Great Yarmouth.

Successful scope
PJ Valves (PJV) has been awarded more than £1 million worth of contracts to supply over 1000 valves to Maersk Oil’s Culzean field in the UK North Sea. PJV will manufacture forged cast gate globe and check valves in super duplex and super alloys for the wellhead, living and central processing platforms. The company will also supply wafer check valves to prevent fluid backflow on these facilities. PJV was awarded the contract because of its extensive North Sea experience and specialist Italian manufacturing capabilities, which meet the project’s high standards for quality.

Innovation ideas
Lloyd’s Register has secured two of the four major UKCS projects recently tendered by the Oil & Gas Authority (OGA) for the UK Continental Shelf (UKCS). The contracts are for the provision of Regional Exploration Maps and Regional and Field Support Engineering Services. Technical expertise and productivity strategies provided by the Reservoir Services and Development Solutions teams of Lloyd’s Register will help OGA work towards its goal of maximising the economic recovery of the UKCS’s oil and gas reserves.