Statoil engages Wood Group for project studies

Offshore staff

ABERDEEN, UK -- Statoil has awarded Wood Group a three-year framework contract to provide multi-discipline engineering studies for its worldwide offshore and onshore facilities. The contract carries a pair of  two-year extension options.

Studies will include concept feasibility, concept selection, concept definition, FEED phases and system engineering for all types of facilities.

Wood Group companies have previously worked for Statoil on projects in Norway, Canada, Brazil and the Gulf of Mexico.


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