THREE60 Energy Group | March 1st, 2022
THREE60 Energy has been awarded a contract by Shell UK to provide Engineering, Procurement, Construction and Commissioning (EPCC) services to offshore facilities and onshore plants in the UK.
THREE60 Energy has secured this contract as a direct result of a competitive tender process.
This significant contract win will run for an initial period of three years, with further extension options. The award will result in the continued growth of the THREE60 EPCC workforce.
Alasdair Smith, Managing Director of THREE60 Energy’s EPCC business, said:
“We look forward to working together closely in the years ahead to bring additional value to Shell’s operations. We’re proud that our service offering, built on integrity, ownership, collaboration, and challenge, has been recognised by a global energy organisation such as Shell. We are particularly excited about playing our part in meeting Shell’s climate target of becoming a net-zero emissions energy business.”
Walter Thain, Group CEO of THREE60 Energy, said:
“We are delighted to have been selected by Shell to provide core integrated engineering, procurement, and construction services across their UK facilities. Shell is an important customer to us, not only in the UK, but also across wider geographies where we support them in subsurface and operational geoscience services. It’s great to see our differentiated and value-adding delivery service given further recognition as we continue to support Shell’s successful transformation in line with the energy transition.”
THREE60 Energy has been delivering multi-discipline EPCC modifications, projects and support services since 2014. In recent months, its EPCC business has also achieved further success with the award of four contract extensions with UK operator customers. These cover a new two-year period with expanded scope.