Wood Group wins Prelude systems deal

14/08/2012 - 10:46

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International energy and services company Wood Group PSN has won a $10 million contract to construct computerised maintenance management systems for Royal Dutch Shell’s Prelude floating liquefied natural gas facility.

The systems will be designed to optimise maintenance, reliability and productivity of the Prelude development, giving Shell the capability to execute its asset maintenance and inspection plans.

Wood Group PSN regional director Matt Gavin said the company was thrilled to be involved in the project, which will process gas from fields located off Western Australia's Kimberley coast.

“This is an iconic engineering development centred on the largest floating, man-made structure ever built,” Mr Gavin said.

“The award of this contract demonstrates our ability to draw on the strength of our teams from across the world to deliver excellence in maintenance, system build and asset integrity management.”

Mr Gavin said Wood Group had a long history with Shell globally, providing operations and technical support at projects in the UK North Sea, Asia and the United States of America.

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