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Ramboll Secures New Framework Agreement with Dong Energy

Matt Ball on June 27, 2016 - in Corporate, Design/Engineering, Energy
or the next four years, Ramboll will support DONG E&P with engineering services for upstream oil and gas activities as a result of a new framework agreement that has been recently signed between the two entities. The new award is of great importance, supporting Ramboll’s ambition to continue as a full-service engineering consultant for DONG Energy.

Engineering consultancy services in four main areas

The framework agreement entails provision of services in four main areas: front-end development, brownfield modifications, specialist services, and late life and decommissioning for DONG’s offshore activities.
In other words, the scope of work will cover marginal field development activities, maintenance and minor modifications, technical expertise in discipline engineering, and late life and early phase decommissioning strategies. This will embody both brownfield and greenfield projects, as well as minor EPCI projects spanning over the entire DONG Energy portfolio in Denmark, Norway, and in the UK.

Tapping into industry trends

According to Business Development Director in Ramboll Oil & Gas, Spencer Buur Thuesen, “front-end studies related to concept development in Norwegian and Danish marginal fields and the decommissioning discipline in the Danish and UK sector are trends in the industry at the moment. We are looking forward to assisting DONG Energy, and are confident that we can add value to their projects through our far-reaching industry-experience and our particular skills within those areas.”

Tight competition and an optimistic perspective

It was a tight competition with 20 other companies, and although the award is not exclusive, Ramboll managed to secure consultancy services for every main part of the framework agreement.
“DONG Energy is a vital client for Ramboll, and we are extremely happy to be able to strengthen our Global Account Management (GAM) through full-service provision.” Spencer Buur Thuesen concludes

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