Oil and gas lifting contract win for KenzFigee

By Christian Shelton22 January 2021

Oil and gas company Dana Petroleum has awarded a five-year contract to provide lifting services to Zaandam, The Netherlands-headquartered marine, offshore and wind energy industry lifting, handling and service specialist KenzFigee.

Dana’s ‘Triton’ and ‘Western Isles’ FPSOs

The contract will provide for maintenance management and the supply of service engineers on Dana’s ‘Triton’ and ‘Western Isles’ floating production storage and offloading (FPSO) vessels, which are operating in the North Sea, from its UK office.

KenzFigee is providing the services under its TotalCare contract plan, the details of which it has been working with Dana on since early 2020 when it opened its UK office.

“We are pleased to have the opportunity to further develop this important relationship between our companies by expanding our provision of safe, cost effective and innovative service,” commented KenzFigee Chief Executive Officer, Jan-Pieter Klaver. “It will further strengthen and grow KenzFigee’s presence in the UK market to bring our dedicated services to more UK clients.”

Vice president UK operations Barry Stewart said, “We are delighted to welcome Dana Petroleum to our service portfolio. A testament to our engineering expertise and ability to adapt to changing market conditions. Dana Petroleum have been great partners to work with and they have welcomed our commitment to understand their business and implement a well needed remedy for an ever-changing industry where operational strategies are geared towards business excellence.”

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