RBG to Provide Inspection Services for Chevron

Monday, August 08, 2011

RBG, a provider of assess, inspect and repair (AIR) services for the global energy industry, has been awarded a three year contract  to provide Chevron North Sea Limited with global QA/QC (quality assurance/quality control) inspection services. RBG provided similar inspection services to Chevron since 2002.

The contract involves the provision of both full-time and ad-hoc quality personnel, including principal and senior QA/QC inspectors, which deliver expert third party vendor inspection services for Chevron onshore and offshore, across the UK, Continental Europe, Americas and Asia-Pacific.

The RBG team will support new build works and servicing of equipment for Chevron’s drilling, completion, subsea and topside activity and ensure that the work is carried out in accordance with the required industry standards and meets the company’s specifications. Activities can range from witnessing the manufacture of pipe being produced at pipe mills in Japan to inspecting wellheads fabricated in Europe and North America.

RBG also provides auditors to audit a manufacturer’s management system, technical capability, product delivery, process control, contract compliance and plant evaluation.

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