Wood Group Kenny wins engineering contract with BP Angola

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Wood Group Kenny (WGK) has recently been awarded a new contract containing two Engineering Services scopes with BP Angola under the BP Global agreement awarded to WGK in 2007. The contract involves Subsea Operations Support: one is for work associated with the Block 18 Greater Plutonio Operations group; the other is for work associated with Block 31 PSVM (Plutao, Saturno, Venus and Marte fields) Operations Group.

The $18m contract secures the provision of Wood Group Kenny’s Subsea Engineering and Project Management Services (EPMS) for an initial 12 month period in one of BP’s key ultra deepwater provinces.

Wood Group Kenny CEO, Steve Wayman said: “The award of this significant contract enables us to extend our long-standing relationship with BP Angola for whom we have previously worked for a number of years. We are proud to continue our work with BP in this important region and look forward to using the knowledge we have built up in the project development phase, and applying it to BP Angola’s benefit in the production arena.

The award of this contract is in addition to the design work currently being carried out on BP’s EPMS contract for the Execute phase of the BP PSVM Gas Export System project. Furthermore, our engineers have been working alongside the BP Greater Plutonio SURF (subsea, umbilical, riser and flowline) engineering team for several years.”

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