Wilton Engineering Completes Saipem Contract

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20th November 2012

Wilton Engineering, a leader in design, fabrication and construction services to the energy industry, has completed a major contract for international oil and gas contractor Saipem.

Part of the Wilton Group, Wilton Engineering has fabricated all subsea structures for the ConocoPhillips Katy project in the Southern North Sea, including the two large structures: a 59-tonne tee and a 73-tonne pigging manifold plus additional scopes for poles and tie-in spools.

The total value of the contract is in the region of £2.5m.

Steve Pearson, managing director at Wilton Engineering, said: "This contract further enhances Wilton's reputation to deliver large-scale engineering projects and endorses the skills of a talented workforce.

"We are looking forward to developing an excellent working relationship by continuing to deliver an added value service with integrated engineering expertise."

Formerly called Harrison, the Katy platform is named after ConocoPhillips engineer Katy Osborne, who was tragically killed in a car accident in 2005.

This latest project follows a series of multi-million pound design, engineering and fabrication projects with global companies.

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