Bibby DSV to assist BP North Sea modifications

Offshore staff

ABERDEEN, UK – BP has assigned Bibby Offshore a 15-day contract next month, under which the diving support vessel Bibby Topaz will work on four operations across three of the operator’s North Sea complexes.

These include platforms on the Bruce field in the UK central sector and Magnus east of Shetland, and the Mirren field, part of the Eastern Trough Area Project (ETAP).

Bibby will supply air and saturation diving support for operations such as spool and flowline disconnection, evaluation and installation of conductor clamp guides, alignment clamp installation, and modifications to a gas lift system.


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