Baker Hughes, a subsidiary of GE, has secured a three-year extension of a subsea services frame agreement signed with Equinor.

BHGE will provide support services for installations that include platforms such as Troll, Snorre B and Tordis/Vigdis, under per the contract. The company will provide the services through its Stavanger and Bergen offices.

Based in Norway, Equinor is an energy company, while Baker Hughes is a US-based provider of integrated oilfield products, services and digital solutions.

Ampelmann has been contracted by Spirit Energy to provide decommissioning services in the southern North Sea.

Ampelmann’s E-type gangway system was mounted on the Olympic Orion vessel to prepare the Audrey platform for decommissioning.

Based in the Netherlands, Ampelmann is an offshore access solutions provider, while Spirit Energy is a Norwegian oil and gas company.

“Wood will establish its integrated maintenance database (IMD) to develop Total’s SAP maintenance management system, under the contract.”

Wood Group has been awarded a four-year data build contract by Total Denmark E&P to develop and deliver operations readiness assurance for the Tyra redevelopment project.

The Tyra gas field redevelopment project is located in blocks 5504/11 and 5504/12, approximately 225km west of Esbjerg in the North Sea.

Wood will establish its integrated maintenance database (IMD) to develop Total’s SAP maintenance management system, under the contract.

Total E&P Denmark is engaged in oil and gas exploration, development and production, while Wood Group is a UK-based provider of project, engineering, and technical services.

Ithaca Energy Limited has entered an agreement to purchase all the Greater Stella Area licences and associated infrastructure interests of Dyas UK and Petrofac.

The other associated infrastructure assets include the FPF-1 floating production facility and Dyas’ interests in the Jacky and Athena licences.

Ithaca Energy is engaged in oil and gas exploration, development, and production, while Dyas UK Limited is an oil and gas exploration services provider.

Subsea Technologies has secured a contract to provide subsea technology services for an international engineering services firm under a £1.6m ($2.1m) contract.

The scope of work includes delivery of a range of well intervention equipment, which include three SLICs (Stackable Lightweight Intervention Connectors) and seven male mandrels, comprising four full-bore mandrels, two test/lift caps and one spare.

Based in the UK, Subsea Technologies specialises in the provision of subsea technologies.