Aquaterra Energy company announced that it has secured a multi-million-dollar master engineering and design service agreement with a supermajor to deliver multiple Sea Swift platforms for off the coast of the Cabinda Province, offshore Angola over three years, a press release issued by the company declared.

The statement said that Aquaterra solution was chosen through a tender for its flexible design, which supports minimized installation times, and for its ability to be fabricated in-country.

The company elaborated that the initial platform will be equipped with solar panels, which will allow the supermajor to power the platform purely from renewable energy.

Stewart Maxwell, Technical Director at Aquaterra Energy, commented: “We’re extremely proud to have won this contract. Throughout the pandemic, we have proven ourselves as a reliable partner that can deliver results and provide economic value in adverse conditions.”

“It’s exciting to be able to deliver a platform of this scale that will be entirely self-sufficient and powered by renewable sources. We’ll also be looking to optimize the design to use less steel and maximize in-country logistics, as we do all we can to embrace our transitioning energy sector and reduce carbon emission impacts. West Africa is an important region to us and we want to continue increasing our work here, as well as sharing our skills and knowledge with local engineers and partners,” Stewart added.