Hydrasun Secures Shell Integrity Management Contract

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Thursday, June 20, 2013

Hydrasun, a provider of integrated fluid transfer, power and control solutions to the global energy market, has secured a five-year contract with two, one year extension options,  for the continued supply of Flexible Hose Assembly (FHA) and Small Bore Tubing (SBT) integrity management services together with product supply, to  Shell U.K. Ltd.

This new award signifies Hydrasun’s commitment to long-term customer relationships, as it extends the company’s track record, since 2007, of supporting Shell with the provision of these services under the terms of a formal contract.

The scope of work, covering all Shell U.K. assets offshore and onshore, includes the provision of hose management services, technical support, inspections and supply and installation of FHA’s. The contract has also been extended to include SBT inspection services and associated product supply.

Hydrasun will also deliver a series of Flexible Hose and Small Bore Tubing Awareness Training Courses to ensure all personnel working on Shell assets are familiar with the onboard technology and best working practices.

Hydrasun’s personnel will support the work through Shell’s main Aberdeen headquarters for Northern North Sea and Central North Sea assets and also their Great Yarmouth offices for Southern North Sea assets.

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