IKM Testing Wins Aker BP Contract

Tuesday, June 4, 2019

Oil company Aker BP has awarded Norwegian testing, cleaning and inspection service provider IKM Testing a frame agreement that includes most of IKM Testing’s core services. The duration of the frame agreement is six years plus an option period, and applies to all Aker BP installations on the Norwegian Continental Shelf.

IKM Testing said it will have overall/EPC responsibility for nitrogen services, technical cleaning, maintenance and repair of mechanical connections during maintenance shutdowns. In addition, the agreement extends to operational support services and ad-hoc work between the maintenance shutdowns.

The agreement and projects will be managed from IKM Testing’s head office at Sola. Projects at Skarv field will be managed from IKM Testings department in Kristiansund.

Categories: Contracts Engineering Industry News Europe Inspection & Repair & Maintenance

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