Shell Offshore Inc., a subsidiary of Shell PLC, has let a 3-year brownfield engineering and procurement (EP) services support contract to Audubon Engineering Co. LP for Shell’s Mars Corridor, about 124 miles southeast of New Orleans.
The contract, which comes with two 1-year options to extend, covers some of Shell’s offshore assets in the US Gulf of Mexico, including Mars, Olympus, Ursa, and Vito tension leg platforms. The water depths for this portfolio are 3,000-4,000 ft.
Contract scope spans topside engineering and procurement services encompassing single-well subsea tiebacks, replacements to cranes, lifeboats and high-volume air conditioning, upgrades to controls, firewater systems and utilities, gas-lift installation, and prefabricated skid packages.
Audubon’s operating centers in New Orleans and Houston will execute the contract.