Brownfield Completions & Commissioning support contract acquired with consortium for North Sea asset
OCCMS has secured a long-term contract with an EPC consortium for the supply of Brownfield Completions and Commissioning support services.
The addition of specialist C&C services to our client’s own EPC services for a full independently integrated Brownfield EPCC service to a large UKCS oil and gas development and production operator.
Specialist Commissioning firm OCCMS has announced the new and exciting relationship to be a measure of the efforts undertaken throughout 2019/20 to firmly establish our Brownfield C&C service provision. Not only does it verify our already established pedigree to deliver high quality and fast turnaround services, but it also demonstrates the ability to share similar visions to those of our clients who are willing to do things differently.
With the UKCS projecting a sustainable outlook for the next 20 years or more, most forward-thinking companies are looking at partnerships and collaborations to support them in maximising their investments whilst remaining efficient. OCCMS whilst remaining operationally lean and scalable, share that same vision and in this particular case, we recognise and commend our latest client for embracing our “Right to Left Thinking” philosophy. Allowing us room to grow but with a voice at the table is important so that we can share with them the latest technologies, service delivery models and assist them in “thinking about the end of the job at the start of the job”, a statement which, at OCCMS, underpins our approach to Brownfield services.
Jamie Japp, OCCMS Client Project Sponsor says: “Working with our newest client very early in their UK operation provides OCCMS with an opportunity to share in their and their end client’s values, visions and the overarching need for change within the industry. Having tested our methods in early 2020 with a similar visionary client, we are confident of achieving success for and driving efficiencies with our newest client throughout the next decade”