Stork, a Fluor company, has secured a five-year asset integrity contract from UK-based oil and gas producer Harbour Energy.

The financial value of the contract, which has five one-year extension options, has not been divulged by the companies.

As per the contract, Stork will offer asset integrity services in the North Sea on Harbour Energy’s Armada, Everest, Lomond and Erskine (AELE) hub.

The deal also extends Stork’s services to Solan, the J-Area and the Great Britannia Area.

Stork will provide asset integrity planning, inspection, fabric maintenance, access solutions, hot bolting and applications for composite repair under the new contract.

Furthermore, Stork will also offer deck crew services across the AELE hub.

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Commenting on the award win, Stork president Taco de Haan said: “Our client has clearly recognised the value and dedication that our people bring and see Stork as a long-term partner for the future of their assets on the UK Continental Shelf.”

The new contract is slated to commence in the second quarter of this year.

Recently, Harbour Energy contracted energy services provider Expro for a well abandonment campaign on the UK Continental Shelf. 

The multi-year deal, part of the decommissioning project for the Balmoral area, has a value of more than $20m (£16m). Expro will deploy its subsea well access technology, and open-water and in-riser systems to execute the well abandonment campaign.