Plant Integrity Management (PIM), a leading provider of integrity management consultancy for the oil industry, has secured a £2 million contract with Dana Petroleum in Aberdeen.
Working with Dana Petroleum, PIM is now providing a fully integrated in-house management team for the Triton FPSO vessel, located just 120 miles east of Aberdeen. Working as a deeply embedded resource, PIM is able to achieve the highest standards possible through closer communication channels and optimising the efficiency of the integrity management process. The team will be responsible for the management of the inspection and repair programme for all topside static equipment.
Steven Plant, Managing Director at PIM, said: “We strive to lead standards in integrity management and by removing barriers in the communication and management process, we have developed an innovative approach to the Triton asset along with Dana.
“This contract is one of many we are working on in 2014 as part of our growth strategy for the business. Projects like Dana’s, allow our team invaluable access to the full scope of work required, building long term relationships with clients and taking full ownership to deliver leading standards.”
Derek Thomson, Engineering and Maintenance Manager at Dana, said: “We are delighted to further strengthen our partnership with PIM by making this contract award and look forward to developing a fully integrated approach to managing our integrity and inspection programme for the Triton FPSO.
"We recognise the importance of this strategic partnership and its success will ensure we continue to deliver safe and reliable operations for Triton, and potentially further UK assets as and when they come into production.”