EPC provider secures contract award for Sullom Voe Terminal

Terry Allan (CEO of Global E&C)

ENGINEERING, procurement and construction (EPC) service provider, Global E&C has secured a multi-million-pound contract for the new stabilization facility at Sullom Voe Terminal (SVT) in the Shetland Islands.

Global E&C, a leading EPC contractor for major energy infrastructures offshore and onshore, will deliver a range of integrated services to engineer, manufacture and deliver modular Localised Equipment Rooms to support the terminal’s new stabilisation facility.

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Terry Allan, CEO of Global E&C, said: ‘We’re delighted with this award which solidifies our position in onshore modularisation projects across multi-energy markets. We’re proud to continue our long-established relationship with the terminal operator, EnQuest.’

Global E&C employs more than 900 personnel working across facilities onshore and offshore and are committed to addressing the evolving energy landscape. From its Aberdeen headquarters and facilities across the UK, Global E&C is currently engaged in aiding decarbonising existing energy infrastructure while concurrently delivering a multitude of projects to bolster EPC services in the burgeoning alternative energy markets.

Global E&C believes it plays a pivotal role in facilitating the transition from conventional to new energy production.

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