Utilities contract awarded

Published:  08 July, 2014

COFELY, a GDF SUEZ company, has been awarded a contract by BP to supply utilities to the SullomVoe Terminal (SVT) on the Shetland Islands – one of the largest oil and liquefied gas terminals in Europe. Cofely says the 11 year deal will also see it leasing the SVT power station and delivering a programme of major maintenance and investment works on the existing energy plant.

The SVT power station supports an electrical demand of 20MW and a thermal demand of 120 tonnes/hour of steam. Cofely’s primary responsibility will be to operate the power station to ensure reliable supplies of power and steam – as well as nitrogen and compressed air to the terminal. Power will also be exported to the local Shetland grid under a Power Purchase Agreement.

t: 0208 221 6530

e: headoffice@cofely-gdfsuez.com

w: www.cofely.co.uk

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