Oil and gas services company Petrofac has secured a $400m contract from its customers in UK Continental Shelf (UKCS), which include Centrica and EnQuest.

Centrica Storage has extended Petrofac contract for two years to serve on the 8A platform in the Rough field, which will start operations in next January.

EnQuest has extended its contract for another five years combining the services of an existing facilities management agreement.

"We’ve enjoyed productive and long-standing relationships with our customers in the UKCS."

Under the extension, Petrofac will continue to serve as duty holder of the Kittiwake platform, with a brownfield engineering modifications contract.

Petrofac will use its previous experience of operating the Kittiwake platform to improve efficiencies and savings at the platform.

Petrofac offshore projects and operations managing director Walter Thain said: "We’ve enjoyed productive and long-standing relationships with our customers in the UKCS, and these contracts are a great demonstration of how we can continue to work in partnership to efficiently deliver in line with their individual business and operational needs and our own standards."

The latest contract is second such renewal contract from its customers operating in the UKCS.

This June, the company had secured a $400m maintenance and operations contract from customers such as CNR International and Eni.

CNR International had awarded the contract to provide operations and maintenance services to its North Sea assets for next five years, including three platforms in the Ninian complex, Murchison and Tiffany.

Eni awarded a two-year contract extension to Petrofac to provide operations and maintenance services for the Douglas fixed platforms, offshore storage installation and Point of Ayr terminal, and duty holder responsibility for the Irish Sea Pioneer operations support vessel.