Lloyd’s Register to conduct platform safety, inspection duties for Statoil

Offshore staff

STAVANGER, NorwayStatoil Petroleum has awarded Lloyd’s Register a global master service agreement covering platform technology services and HSE studies.

It applies to Statoil’s full project portfolio from newbuilds to modifications of existing assets.

Key services provided include safety studies, platform technology engineering services, and wide-ranging global inspection duties such as newbuild certification, vendor site inspection, and vendor assessments.

The MSA allows Lloyd’s Register to competitively bid on global services for Statoil projects offshore and onshore and provides the framework for country-specific call-offs to be entered into by the local entities of both companies.


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