Worley has recently signed a regional master services agreement with Morrison to provide engineering services for decommissioning projects in the Gulf of Mexico.
Under the agreement, Worley will be responsible for the engineering services scope of Morrison’s decommissioning projects.
Both companies have decades of experience supporting facilities in the Gulf of Mexico.
The partnership will deliver specialised decommissioning and asset management services and a ‘one-stop-shop’ for operators of offshore hydrocarbon facilities reaching end of life.
The combined offering decreases operating, planning and management costs, while ensuring safe, environmentally-responsible project execution.
Global Decommissioning Lead at Worley, John Cox, said that they are very pleased to have entered into an agreement with Morrison.
“While decommissioning offshore installations is a complex process, we have the specialised engineering and project management expertise to support any type of decommissioning project. We look forward to strengthening our long-term relationship with Morrison and bringing Worley’s global decommissioning experience to Gulf of Mexico projects,” Mr Cox said.
Chief Operating Officer at Morrison, Jon Minshall, said that Morrison is one of the few regional contractors to have the experience in providing the full decommissioning management package.
“By providing services for all phases of total field decommissioning, we can relieve operators of the inevitable, sizeable workload and financial burden of these facilities. Our partnership with Worley further complements our ability to continue to successfully accomplish this for our clients.”