Equinor Inks Owner’s Engineering Agreement with DORIS
France-based DORIS has been awarded a Master Services Framework Agreement by Equinor to provide the Norwegian company with Owner’s Engineering services.
Under the five-year agreement, DORIS will deliver services to Equinor for its offshore wind and low-carbon projects across three main areas: the provision of personnel through secondments; the completion of studies, reviews, and verifications, and the completion of engineering scopes such as design and detailed engineering, procurement, and project management.
DORIS said that across its support to Equinor’s fixed and floating offshore wind projects, the company will use its owner’s engineering track record which is in excess of 6 GW and includes projects in the UK, Korea, and the USA.
“DORIS is pleased to be awarded the framework agreement by Equinor. With our established capability in owner’s engineering services, and depth of experience in offshore wind and low-carbon energies, we look forward to enabling a net zero future with Equinor,” said Andrew Baker, Executive Vice President of Renewables.
Equinor’s offshore wind portfolio includes several projects spread across the globe such as the 316 MW Sheringham Shoal, the 402 MW Dudgeon, and Hywind Scotland, the world’s first floating offshore wind farm.
The company is also developing the 3.6 GW Dogger Bank, the world’s biggest offshore wind farm, together with its partners SSE Renewables and Vårgrønn.
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