Rosenberg WorleyParsons has secured an engineering, procurement, construction and installation contract (EPCI) from Lundin Norway at the Edvard Grieg platform in the North Sea.
The scope of the contract includes planning, engineering, prefabrication, offshore installation and commissioning support.
The work is aimed at preparing the Edvard Grieg platform to receive and process oil and gas from nearby fields. Lundin expects to tie in the Luno II and Rolvsnes discoveries to the platform.
Rosenberg WorleyParsons will commence work on the project immediately. The contract will last for a period of 2.5 years.
WorleyParsons CEO Andrew Wood said: “WorleyParsons is proud to be selected to execute this important brownfield modification project for Lundin Norway.”
The company will initially work on engineering related to the prefabrication of steel structures, pipelines and other material. Installation work is anticipated to begin in the first half of next year.
Lundin and partners designed the Edvard Grieg platform as a field centre to facilitate processing of oil and gas from nearby fields.
The platform already processes hydrocarbons from the Ivar Aasen field. The contract will enable the platform to be able to handle Luno II and Rolvsnes.
The company will develop Luno II, which is located 19km south of Edvard Grieg, as a subsea installation.
Lundin also stated that preparations will be made for additional satellite fields.
In a separate development, WorleyParsons has secured a contract from Tidewater Midstream and Infrastructure to provide fabrication and construction services for the Pipestone sour gas plant in Canada.