Bibby Offshore secures Spirit Energy contract
Source: think for Bibby Offshore , Author: Posted by BI-ME staff
Posted: Sat May 12, 2018 3:33 pm

INTERNATIONAL. Bibby Offshore, a leading subsea services provider to the oil and gas industry, has secured a fixed term framework agreement with leading independent oil and gas operator, Spirit Energy.

Awarded in April, the two-year agreement, which follows on from a previous five-year agreement, will see Bibby Offshore carry out inspection repair and maintenance (IRM) works, ROV inspection and subsea survey operations across a number of North Sea structures and pipelines.

The project will utilise Bibby Offshore’s diverse fleet capabilities, including its multi-role diving and ROV support vessel, Bibby Sapphire, a Quasar MKII work class ROV and two Seaeye Lynx observation class ROVs.

Howard Woodcock, chief executive of Bibby Offshore, said: “The award of a further two-year framework with Spirit Energy is a clear demonstration of the strength in relationship between Bibby Offshore and the client. 

“Having successfully delivered a varied programme of workscopes across the company’s Morecambe Bay assets, and North Sea pipelines and structures over the past five years, this latest agreement highlights the on-going confidence in our ability to deliver safe, on time, multi-scope operations to meet the needs of our client.”

Photo Captions:
1. (above)   Howard Woodcock, Chief Executive of Bibby Offshore
2. (inset)     For illustrative purposes only - (File photo)

Issued on behalf of Bibby Offshore by think. 

About Bibby Offshore
Bibby Offshore is a leading provider of subsea installation and IRM services to the offshore oil and gas industry. The company is headquartered in Aberdeen and offers an integrated service portfolio to a diversified client and contract base; including project management, engineering, procurement and subsea intervention services to construct, maintain and extend the life of subsea oil field.
 www.bibbyoffshore.com.

 

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