Fairfield Energy sticks with PD&MS for North Sea platform services

Offshore staff

ABERDEEN, UK PD&MS Energy has received an offshore contract extension for engineering work on Fairfield Energy’s North Sea assets.

Following an initial three-year contract, the options will see the firm provide engineering, procurement, and offshore construction services for an additional two years from May 2014.

The scope of work will focus primarily on the company’s Dunlin platform in the East Shetland basin.

05/20/2014

Fairfield Energy's Dunlin platform

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