CAN Group racks up contract renewals

June 13, 2014

CAN Group announced today that it has secured two major contract renewals, totalling approximately £200million. Along with an increase in business, the two contracts will lead to the safe-guarding of 150 jobs.

The Aberdeen headquartered business has been awarded a five year contract for the provision of asset integrity services to ConocoPhillips and a three year contract for the provision of topsides inspection and integrity support services with Apache in the North Sea. Both contracts have options to extend for up to a further four years.

Following a competitive tender, ConocoPhillips has renewed its contract with CAN, held since 1995, for a full range of non-destructive testing and inspection services. An important addition to this renewal is the expanded scope which encompasses the full suite of integrity engineering support services, such as asset integrity technical services including structural, corrosion and inspection engineering.This part of the contract will be delivered by ENGTEQ, the group’s integrity engineering business.

Since 2007 CAN and ENGTEQ have been ensuring the continued integrity of Apache’s North Sea assets. The Apache contract renewal will see both companies continue to provide a comprehensive range of inspection and integrity engineering services including non-destructive testing, advanced inspection and innovative solutions and corrosion, structural and inspection engineering services to support the integrity management of topsides pressure systems and structures. 



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