BP signs Add Energy for maintenance data needs

Offshore staff

ABERDEEN, UKBP has awarded Add Energy a new three-year global maintenance build data centralization contract valued at around £15 million ($19.58 million).

This covers all of BP’s upstream operating regions.

Add Energy will provide bills of materials data and instigate efficiency improvements and global data cleansing and enhancement.

It will also make available a quick response team for maintenance and business process improvements on a regional level from BP’s central maintenance function.


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