Programmed managing director Christopher Sutherland. Photo: Attila Csaszar

Programmed wins Prelude work

Monday, 12 December, 2016 - 11:32

Perth-based Programmed Maintenance Services has won a contract to provide staffing and logistical support services at Shell’s Prelude floating natural gas project in the Browse Basin.

Programmed will provide its services to engineering and construction contractor Technip Oceania for hook-up and commissioning work at Prelude, with the value of the contract undisclosed.

“We are delighted to support Technip on the Prelude FLNG project,” Programmed managing director Christopher Sutherland said.

“Following our successful execution of previous works associated with the Gorgon, Wheatstone and Ichthys projects, I am confident that our Programmed Marine team will again deliver a safe and exceptional service to Technip and the Prelude FLNG project as a whole.”

Programmed expects offshore work to begin from next year.

Shares in Programmed were 3.7 per cent higher to $1.84 each at 11:30am.