AMEC wins North Sea management for BP

Offshore staff

ABERDEEN, UK -- BP Exploration and Production has contracted AMEC to manage its existing portfolio of projects in the North Sea.

The four-year contract has an estimated value of $97 million.

Projects covered are west of Shetland, and in the UK northern North Sea and southern North Sea, and also the Norwegian sector of the North Sea.

Under the performance-based terms, AMEC’s work will range from front-end engineering design through construction management for multiple engineer, procure, construct projects.

Andrew Tozer, BP’s North Sea Projects general manager said: “This new contract with AMEC will enable the BP North Sea Region Projects team to work as an integrated team delivering a significant portfolio of projects in the North Sea.”


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