ABERDEEN, UK -- Corrosion and coatings management specialist Metacor has won a contract with the Wood Group in Trinidad and Tobago to monitor and manage the condition of key elements of five of BP's onshore and offshore assets.
Wood Group has engaged Metacor to review fabric maintenance operations on the Mahogany A and B, Cassia A, and Immortelle platforms, as well as the Galeota Point terminal, and to provide systems that will monitor their condition on an ongoing basis.
This award makes BP the fifth major oil and gas production and exploration operator, alongside Shell, Talisman, Hess, and Nexen, to use Metacor technology.
Based around a simple, auditable computer software system, Metacor can be used in any environment in any global location. The system was developed to give asset managers the tools to keep corrosion under control.