Aberdeen-based Wood Group wins $28m Mexico oil support services contract

Gulf of Mexico2The Aberdeen-based Wood Group international oil services conglomerate has won  a $28 million offshore services contract in the Gulf of Mexico.

The three-year offshore engineering blanket order – by PEMEX Procurement International – is for field development in Mexican waters. The agreement encompasses deepwater and complex shallow water concept and basic engineering, and owner-engineer services.

The work will be performed by Wood Group Kenny and Wood Group Mustang and will comprise field development planning and engineering of topsides facilities; subsea umbilicals, risers and flowlines (SURF) and floating systems.  Services will be performed on six following potential oil and gas field developments.

Robin Watson, chief operating officer of Wood Group, said: “Mexico’s energy reform is leading to significant development of the country’s oil & gas industry”

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