Wood Group extends contract with Total E&P UK

Wood Group's PSN business has signed a 'significant' two-year North Sea contract extension with Total E&P UK, with is expected to be valued at around 150m dollars. Wood Group will continue to provide engineering, procurement, construction and commissioning services to Total's Alwyn, Dunbar, Elgin and Franklin offshore platforms and the St Fergus onshore gas plant.

Wood Group's PSN business has signed a 'significant' two-year North Sea contract extension with Total E&P UK, with is expected to be valued at around 150m dollars. Wood Group will continue to provide engineering, procurement, construction and commissioning services to Total's Alwyn, Dunbar, Elgin and Franklin offshore platforms and the St Fergus onshore gas plant.

The contract was first awarded 10 years ago.

David Stewart, UK managing director for Wood Group PSN, said: "This contract renewal is testament to the quality and standards of the services we provide.

"It's an important contract in our UK business and we are proud to continue to work with Total to deliver a range of technically challenging projects. The award recognises the ongoing improvements achieved and provides a platform to further enhance our reputation with a major international company."

In the UK, Wood Group PSN employs more than 8,000 people working onshore and offshore.

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