Subsea 7 introduced the award of a considerable (between $150 and $200 million) contract by BP Exploration for the supply of subsea inspection, restore and upkeep (IRM) providers offshore Azerbaijan, on each the Azeri-Chirag-Gunashli (ACG) and Shah Deniz (SD) fields.
Under the phrases of this 5 yr settlement, the scope of labor contains the supply of a Life of Field assist vessel full with work class and remark class ROVs, able to performing inspection, survey, intervention, mild subsea development, floor diving and emergency response providers. The Life of subject assist vessel might be supported by a Baku based mostly onshore venture administration and engineering group. Services will start in March 2018 with a venture group situated in Baku and extra specialist assist being offered from i-Tech Services’ operations centre in Aberdeen.
Steve Wisely, i-Tech Services Senior Vice President, mentioned: “The award of this long run IRM contract by BP acknowledges the potential, capability and variety of our providing within the Life of Field market. This contract represents a big milestone for i-Tech Services, with our entry into Azerbaijan. It gives us with a chance to develop our in-country and regional presence and tailor our service choices to assist BP’s ongoing IRM actions and future offshore developments. We look ahead to rising our valued relationship with BP and increasing our observe report for efficiently delivering secure, dependable and environment friendly Life of Field providers.” (Source: Subsea 7 – Image: Shah Deniz Alpha platform/BP)
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