ADIL will be responsible to provide project management resources and support to Centrica across assets in the Central and Northern North Sea, Southern North Sea, Morecambe Bay and the Netherlands regions.
ADIL has worked with Centrica since 2012, offering various enhanced operating standards around permits to work, safe isolations, operational risk assessments, control of overrides and shutdown management.
Graham Walker, operations manager at ADIL said, We are particularly delighted with this contract award as it adds to the work we have delivered to Centrica Energy since the start of their operational excellence programme in 2012.
The three-year licensing deal, worth a five-figure sum, would assure Aberdeen-headquartered ADIL design and deliver in-house software, which provides personnel in the UK and Middle East - as well as those working in remote locations - with a means of storing and presenting the company's management documents.
As per James Paton, managing director of ADIL, 'We have steadily invested in expanding our company both in terms of our people and our capabilities in line with market needs in the last 12 months and have found demand for our services continues to rise.
ADIL has also offered user training to a number of personnel as part of the deal.
ADIL will join forces with Sasol s well engineering team in its London and Johannesburg offices for the development of the firm s well delivery contracting strategy and to help in the review and restructure of the supply chain function.
We have a proven track record of delivering supply chain and project management consultancy services to the oil and gas industry in the seven years since the company was founded and we are delighted to continue this with Sasol, said Rob Pickles, ADIL s General Manager, London.