Global Maritime to conduct platform technology, safety studies for Statoil

Statoil has awarded Global Maritime Consultancy & Engineering a master services agreement.

Offshore staff

STAVANGER, NorwayStatoil has awarded Global Maritime Consultancy & Engineering a master services agreement (MSA).

Services covered in the global agreement include platform technology studies; safety studies; marine verification; and warranty surveys. The MSA replaces several previous frame agreements between the two companies.

David Sutton, CEO of Global Maritime Consultancy & Engineering, said: “This is an endorsement of the work Global Maritime has carried out for Statoil over the last few years. It is also testament to the strength of our relationship, and our focus on innovation, operational excellence, and delivery.

“We look forward to continuing to leverage our global knowledge and expertise to provide Statoil with the best possible service.”

Global Maritime has provided services on many of the operator’s fields on the Norwegian continental shelf and globally. The most recent work was the successful disconnection and towing of the Njord A semisubmersible floating production platform from the Njord field to an onshore maintenance facility. Other recent projects include marine warranty surveys for the Hywind Scotland and Dudgeon wind farms.


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