Bibby Offshore, a leading subsea services provider to the oil and gas industry, has successfully completed a contract worth more than £2 million for BP in the North Sea. The project, completed in December 2017, utilised Bibby Offshore’s diving support vessel Bibby Topaz to carry out inspection, repair and maintenance operations in the Rhum gas field, approximately 380 kilometres north-east of Aberdeen.
The scope included control system low insulation resistance diagnostics and component replacements, manual valve operations and ROV inspection works at BP’s Bruce platform, which is located 44 kilometres south of Rhum.
The project was also supported by an onshore engineering team to meet urgent client needs.
Howard Woodcock, chief executive at Bibby Offshore, said: “This is an important contract award for Bibby Offshore, and highlights the ongoing strong relationship between ourselves and BP.
“This most recent phase of work is the latest in a number of projects we have supported BP on and we look forward to continuing to work with BP now and in the future.”