Oceaneering bags North Sea inspection contract with Petrofac
- Business & Finance
Houston-based subsea engineering company Oceaneering has secured a three-year provision of inspection enactment services contract with Petrofac’s Engineering and Production Services division in the Western Hemisphere, growing its asset integrity portfolio within the U.K. Continental Shelf (UKCS).
Oceaneering said on Thursday it would retain its existing contract on one of Petrofac’s Duty Holder assets, while expanding its service scope to include two additional North Sea facilities.
Oceaneering will provide inspection management, shutdown and project support for Petrofac, which manages these assets under its Duty Holder and service operator contracts. The contract includes two additional one-year options. The work will be carried out by Oceaneering’s Asset Integrity team in Aberdeen.
Bill Boyle, Senior Vice President for Oceaneering’s Asset Integrity Division said, “The addition of inspection enactment services enables us to further align ourselves with Petrofac’s commitment to providing value-added solutions that minimize risk, enhance integrity, reduce costs and unlock more value.”
Oceaneering’s Asset Integrity division provides conventional and advanced non-destructive testing (NDT), specialist inspection solutions and integrity management capabilities.