Lloyd’s Register will assist in change management, contractor management, inspection plans and reporting, asset optimization, risk-based assessments and written schemes of examination.
It will provide additional support for structural and pipeline integrity management systems and corrosion monitoring.
“Ensuring consistent standards of integrity services across a network of high-value offshore assets is an increasingly complex task. Operators often face challenges that arise from differing operating regimes across different structures, work cultures and levels of asset maturity,” said James Drummond, VP–Asset Integrity and Development Solutions at Lloyd’s Register.
The company has held an Integrity Contract with Maersk Oil UK since 2005.