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Global E&C’s CEO, Terry Allan

Global E&C in Sullom Voe Terminal contract win

Engineering, procurement and construction (EPC) service provider, Global E&C has landed a multi-million-pound contract for the new stabilisation facility at Sullom Voe Terminal (SVT) in the Shetland Islands.

Global E&C, a leading EPC contractor for major energy infrastructures offshore and onshore, will deliver a range of integrated services to engineer, manufacture and deliver modular Localised Equipment Rooms to support the terminal’s new stabilisation facility.

Terry Allan, CEO of Global E&C, said: “We’re delighted with this award which solidifies our position in onshore modularisation projects across multi-energy markets. We’re proud to continue our long-established relationship with the terminal operator, EnQuest.”

Global E&C employs more than 900 personnel working across facilities onshore and offshore. From its Aberdeen headquarters and facilities across the UK, the company is currently engaged in aiding decarbonising existing energy infrastructure while concurrently delivering a multitude of projects to bolster EPC services in the burgeoning alternative energy markets.

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