GL Noble Denton Awarded BG Group Offshore Asset Contract

SeaDiscovery.com
Thursday, July 18, 2013

GL Noble Denton has renewed & expanded its contract to provide structural integrity management services to BG Group’s North Sea assets following a competitive tender.

The three-year deal will see the independent technical advisor continue its 13-year tenure as structural integrity management provider for BG Group’s North Sea Armada platform. As part of the new contract, GL Noble Denton will also extend its role to support further assets operated by the international gas company in the North Sea.

GL Noble Denton‘s structural and integrity management services support oil and gas operators in their work to preserve and monitor their fixed and floating structural assets. Such services are crucial to the safety, upkeep and future performance of oil and gas assets, which require ongoing inspections, condition evaluations, repairs and upgrades, as well as emergency response support.
Under this expanded contract, GL Noble Denton will provide a range of structural integrity management activities to BG Group, including: the preparation and maintenance of a structural integrity management system; routine and advanced structural analysis; weight control; condition and anomaly assessments; repair identification; emergency response to incidents; and support for new projects as well as major modifications to assets.
 
The services will be delivered by GL Noble Denton’s expert team of engineers in Aberdeen, UK, with assistance from its global competency centres in Slough, UK, Houston, USA, and Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia.
 
GL Noble Denton’s Mike Hoyle, Head of Advanced Engineering for the company’s UK Marine and Offshore business said: “We’re delighted to have been awarded the contract and to be able to continue our longstanding relationship with BG Group.”

 

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