Teekay Petrojarl Invests in Petrotechnics’ Proscient

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Tuesday, September 10, 2013

Petrotechnics, a  company in transforming frontline operational performance and lowering operational risk, has announced  that Teekay Petrojarl has awarded a contract to deploy Proscient across its global fleet.

Following a comprehensive competitive review, Teekay Petrojarl has awarded Petrotechnics a €2 million contract to deploy Proscient across all of their assets worldwide. Petrotechnics will provide dynamic, industry leading work management tools to support Teekay Petrojarl’s goal of creating a standardized approach to work management across their global operations. This will provide a common method of increasing work management efficiency and enhancing the organisations view of the relationship between asset risk, operational risk and control of work.

Teekay Petrojarl, the global leader in harshwater FPSOs, currently operates within U.K., Norwegian and Brazilian sectors. Petrotechnics will provide Teekay Petrojarl, with a complete and efficient permit to work, operational performance and predictive risk solutions.

“We chose to partner with Petrotechnics for implementation of our electronic Control of Work system because of their solid experience and understanding of operational risk management in our industry”, said Sverre Stenvaag, Teekay Petrojarl SVP Operations. “We believe Proscient will help improve the controls and efficiency of how we control work, hence reducing the risks involved in our operations. We also believe the implementation is an opportunity to consistently harmonize the way we handle central work processes such as Permit to Work and risk assessments across our fleet, while also safeguarding full compliance to regulatory requirements in all regions where we operate”

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