AMEC Awarded New Oil and Gas Contract by BP in Gulf of Mexico

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27th January 2003

AMEC, the international engineering services company, has further expanded its work for the oil and gas sector in the Americas with the award a multi million dollar services contract by BP America Production Company to provide hook up and commissioning services to the Holstein and Mad Dog floating oil production facilities in the Gulf of Mexico.

AMEC’s team of technical specialists at the company’s fast growing engineering office in Houston, Texas, will work as part of BP’s integrated project team for the next two years, planning and co-ordinating the hook up and commissioning work for the new facilities, which will be located in the Green Canyon area of the Gulf.

Neil Bruce, managing director of AMEC’s Offshore Oil and Gas business, said: “BP and AMEC have worked together in the UK for many years, both on and offshore, and we are delighted to continue to extend our relationship with them in the Americas. This new contract underlines AMEC’s expertise in the delivery of complex consultancy services for the growing international market for deepwater floating production facilities.“

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