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September 2019



J P Kenny Wins Subsea Engineering Service Contract from Apache


Image: Apache Energy Wood Group Kenny’s subsea and pipeline business J P Kenny has recently been awarded a $7.5 million contract by Apache North Sea Limited to provide subsea engineering services. The contract runs initially for 3 years with further options beyond this timescale. The agreement covers all of Apache’s North Sea assets, including the Forties complex and the recently acquired Beryl complex. J P Kenny has in place a dedicated core team to support the various Apache projects. Multi-discipline teams will be available to support the diverse scopes of work to be executed, with an emphasis on responding to customer lead times while delivering quality services. Bob MacDonald, Operations Director for J P Kenny said, ”This is a significant contract for J P Kenny and we are excited to actively support Apache with their ongoing operations, as well as their growth in the North Sea”. Mark Richardson, Apache Projects Group Manager said, ”Apache has a wide range of projects that we wish to progress in the near future. This contract is focused on the delivery of these projects to help our expansion in the North Sea.”


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