MEMBER NEWS: Apollo Secures £10 million PMC Contract for INEOS E&P’s Hejre Project

May 3, 2024
MEMBER NEWS: Apollo Secures £10 million PMC Contract for INEOS E&P’s Hejre Project

Apollo, a leading engineering and energy advisory consultancy, proudly announces its successful award of the Project Management Consultancy (PMC) Contract for INEOS E&P’s Hejre Project. This project entails the development of a greenfield platform, subsea infrastructure, and associated complex brownfield modifications.

This significant 4 year international project, in development since the early 2010s, will see our team operating across multiple countries, overseeing the delivery of a flagship North Sea project.

Apollo’s role incorporates supporting through engineering discipline and project control personnel from FEED through to first oil.  It will be a collaborative effort, working closely within INEOS to manage all aspects of engineering and third party involvement.  This award builds upon a successful 12 months for the project support and placements division of our business which has achieved over 100% growth.

Marissa Stephen, Business Development Director at Apollo, remarked, “It’s a privilege to be part of such an expansive greenfield development. Apollo’s partnership with INEOS marks a significant milestone in our journey, showcasing our proven ability to deliver results on the global stage.”

Rasmus Enemark-Rasmussen, Project Manager for Hejre, INEOS, expressed, “We are delighted that Apollo are onboard to provide valuable resource to the project as part of an integrated collaborative team.  We look forward to what we can achieve together.”

To learn more about Apollo and our PMC expertise, visit our website at

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