Statoil awards inspection extension

OE Staff
Thursday, May 18, 2017

Statoil Petroleum has awarded to Oceaneering International business unit Asset Integrity a three-year operational inspection frame agreement extension.

Under the agreement, the Oceaneering unit will develop and implement inspection and maintenance programs for 14 of Statoil’s Norwegian onshore and offshore facilities.

The programs include the assessment and reporting of integrity status and corrective measures, and cover non-destructive testing, video inspection, vibration measurement, thermography, and heat exchanger inspection, says Oceaneering.

The agreement also would allow Statoil to add other fields to the work scope.  

Categories: Norway Europe Maintenance Inspection

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