NAM gives Stork GLT work renovation work at Slochteren field

NAM BV, the Netherlands, has awarded the Stork GLT consortium a 135 million euro, 3-year contract for renovation of three production sites in Slochteren gas field in Groningen, the Netherlands.

By the OGJ Online Staff

HOUSTON, Dec. 13 -- NAM BV, the Netherlands, has awarded the Stork GLT consortium a 135 million euro, 3-year contract for renovation of three production sites at Slochteren gas field in Groningen, the Netherlands.

The order is for work at the Zuiderpolder, Schaapbulten, and Oudeweg sites.

The contract was awarded under a 1997 outline agreement to renovate the field. The first phase of the project, covering 11 of the 29 production installations, is worth more than 454 million euros to Stork GLT, which has an option for the remaining installations.

NAM and Stork GLT also signed a contract in 1997 for the maintenance of all the renovated production installations for 25 years.

The consortium has performed similar work for NAM at the Tjuchem, Beierum, de Paauwen, and Siddeburen sites.

Stork GLT includes Jacobs Nederland (design), Stork Industry Services (engineering), Siemens Demag Delaval (compressors), Siemens (electric motors), and Yokogawa (instrumentation).

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