Wood Group Integrity Management (WGIM), part of Wood Group Kenny, has been awarded a significant contract by CNR International (UK) Limited (CNRI) to provide Pipeline Integrity Management and Support Services for CNRI's UKCS assets which include Ninian, Lyell, Tiffany, Toni, Thelma and Murchison. The contract will initially run for three years with options for the term to extend.
The scope of the contract encompasses 37 major pipelines, in addition to support for the Banff and Kyle fields. WGIM's engineers will provide Integrity Management Services, including software solutions and multi-disciplined ad-hoc support for all of the subsea assets.
Stephen Peet, EAME regional operations director for WGIM said, "This contract will build on WGIM's long-standing relationship with CNRI, to whom we have previously provided a range of Integrity Management Services. We pride ourselves on understanding each client's specific requirements, and focusing our energy on working in close partnership with them to deliver solutions that add value and support future growth."
Gavin Mann, CNRI's underwater superintendent said, "We are pleased to have awarded this important contract to WGIM. The contract will build upon and further enhance CNRI's existing pipeline integrity management systems and expertise. Through this relationship with WGIM, and by continuing to invest into innovative pipeline integrity technologies, we are very well equipped to effectively manage the integrity of our pipeline infrastructure. Such an approach fits with our overall mission of achieving safety excellence in our operations".
Source: Wood Group
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