Jee secures BP contract extension

Offshore staff

ABERDEEN, UKJee Ltd. has signed a three-year contract renewal with BP potentially valued in excess of £4.5 million ($7.3 million).

The companies have had a support contract in place for 10 years, with Jee providing global operations and project support to BP in locations including Aberdeen, Grangemouth, and London in the UK – and in Angola, Azerbaijan, Norway, and Trinidad. The contract extension will continue this work, with the annual value ranging from £1 million to £2 million ($1.6 million to $3.3 million), depending on the level of activity.

The ongoing scope of work has included corrosion management, span assessment, and intelligent and operational pigging support of BP’s pipelines. Jee has also assisted in third-party verification and ad-hoc technical support, including data management, involving the collation, management, and production of documentation such as preparedness response schemes for BP’s assets.

Jee is also assisting BP in decommissioning operations. Recently, Jee worked with BP on the North West Hutton decommissioning project, which included client representation during the decommissioning, as well as facilitating the close-out and handover process following the project.


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