28 Million GBP project at Shetland
The international camp supplier Malthus has recently been awarded a contract for building an 850 man camp for the international oil and gas facilities service provider Petrofac.
The project will be executed on the Shetland Islands in the United Kingdom as a part of the Total Laggan Tormore Development Project.
The scope of work is a complete turnkey delivery including civil works, utilities, build and install of a modular camp with all facilities such as kitchen, diner, gym, shops, etc. and in addition a total 40.000 sqf on site offices and associated staff welfare buildings.
The value of the contract is approximately GBP 28 Million and will be performed in the period from January to October 2011, with a lease period for the facilities of 3 years.
The camp is designed to a very high standard, with the latest energy saving solutions and a modern design.
On behalf of Total, Petrofac will develop the 500 million standard cubic feet per day Laggan Tormore gas processing plant through its Offshore Engineering & Operations (OE&O) business, supported by its Engineering & Construction business.
The project comprises Engineering and Procurement, Supply, Construction, Commissioning and start-up. The plant, located on Shetland at Sullom Voe, will facilitate the transportation of gas from Total’s Laggan and Tormore Fields, located 125 km North-West of the Shetland Islands, to the Total operated St Fergus Gas Terminal in Aberdeenshire.
Malthus is a Norwegian company with more than 35 years of project experience. The company has grown rapidly within the international camp industry over the last 10 years with an excellent track record in the Oil & Gas industry. The Malthus Group of Companies is represented with subsidiaries in Sweden, Estonia, Russia, Canada and UK.