Dragados OffShore has signed an agreement with Maersk Oil and Gas to supply two jackets for the Tyra future development project in the North Sea’s Danish sector.

The contract will see the supply of Tyra East G and Tyra East H jackets.

Under the contract, Dragados Offshore is required to provide project management and health safety, environment and quality (HSEQ) management.

The scope of work also includes procurement, construction (ePC), preservation, preparation for sail-away, including load-out, sea-fastening, and handover of the Tyra Jackets TEG and TEH.

TEG weighs around 6,300t and is a jacket for the process and utility platform, while TEH is for the accommodation platform and weighs approximately 4,000t.

Dragados Offshore will undertake the project in its facilities in Puerto Real, Cadiz, Spain, with the jackets expected to start their journey from the company’s premises in the spring of 2020.

“The redeveloped Tyra gasfield is expected to supply enough gas for 1.5 million Danish homes at peak production.”

In a statement, Dragados Offshore said: “With this contract, Dragados Offshore welcomes Maersk Oil and Gas as a new client, and consolidates its position as a leader in the development and execution of offshore projects for the oil and gas industry.”

Last month, Maersk Oil awarded a contract to BHGE for an integrated scope of turbomachinery equipment for the topside production facility of the Tyra field redevelopment project.

The contract includes the delivery of seven compression trains, three gas turbine generator sets, and two turbo expanders.

With an approved investment of Dkr21bn ($3.46bn), the redeveloped Tyra gasfield is expected to supply enough gas for 1.5 million Danish homes at peak production.

The investment is set to allow the field to continue operations for at least 25 years.