BP extends Amec, Qedi services agreement

OE Staff
Thursday, May 4, 2017

Amec Foster Wheeler’s completions and commissioning company, qedi, has signed an extension of its global Master Service Agreement with BP, which it has successfully delivered since 2012.

The new contract with BP will run for two years through till December 2019. qedi will continue with the exclusive provision of completions and commissioning support services to BP on a global basis. The agreement also includes all licences and support for qedi’s GoTechnology products, as well as completions and commissioning manpower services.

This completions and commissioning support service - which includes the management and delivery of projects from mechanical completion and pre-commissioning through to handover - is an integral part of Amec Foster Wheeler’s full lifecycle offering, as it expands its business supporting customers throughout the lifecycle of their assets. 

Barry Cann, qedi Managing Director said: “qedi has been providing completions and commissioning support services to BP for over 15 years. We’re delighted to be awarded an extension with BP, which is a vote of confidence in our relationship with the company, the value we add, our unrivalled capabilities and our skilled team. We look forward to continue working with BP on their projects around the world.”

 
Categories: North Sea Europe Well Operations Completions Drilling

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