Petrofac moved into its offices and warehouse facilities on the Gapton Hall Industrial Estate in Great Yarmouth in 2007 and its James Watt Close office in 2012. The team based there provides intervention support capabilities for unmanned and manned operations in the Southern North Sea.
We’re a key employer in the east of England, and are keen to further develop opportunities for local employees and suppliers, as we continue to invest and recruit in the region.
- service operator and Duty Holder services for UK offshore assets owned by Tullow Oil including Schooner, Ketch, Horne and Wren
- operations support to the Rough field and the BP normally unmanned installations in the Southern North Sea
- engineering solutions and operations support for other asset owners in the Southern North Sea
With our operations management expertise and proven capability we work closely with customers including Tullow, Eni, ERT, ATP, Perenco, Centrica and BP to enhance performance and increase operational uptime and cost optimisation, ensuring a long-term future for the Southern North Sea.
Petrofac has an excellent health, safety and environmental culture and is committed to the safe service of the Southern North Sea.
The versatility and capability of our staff is remarkable. Their dedication and flexibility are the cornerstone of our success.
Graham Scott, Director, UK South Operations