Leading independent multi-discipline subsea engineering and training firm Jee has secured a six figure contract with E.ON Exploration and Production (E.ON E&P), to deliver subsea integrity management and engineering services for its North Sea assets.
Awarded in March 2015, the three-year contract involves Jee supporting E.ON E&P’s subsea technical authority, by providing annual integrity management services for its subsea assets. The scope of work includes flowlines, risers, umbilicals and structures on EON E&P’s Huntington, Babbage, Hunter/Rita and Johnston assets.
Senior engineer Vivek Chhabra said: "This is a significant contract win for Jee, with the scope of work involved reinforcing our integrity management and engineering reputation and capabilities.
"Effective integrity management can lead to significant cost saving potential for companies by minimising operational interruptions and reducing downtime. At a time when cost saving is so imperative to the industry, and as subsea assets are maturing and reaching the end of their design lives, good integrity management has never been more important.
"We are delighted to be working with the E.ON E&P team, and believe our experience positions us perfectly to support this project. We look forward to strengthening our relations with E.ON E&P now and into the future, by successfully delivering optimum engineering services for the company."
Jee is an independent subsea engineering and training company with offices in Aberdeen, London and Tonbridge. Jee’s multidisciplined capabilities and integrated services cover the spectrum of subsea engineering for the whole life-of-field for the global oil, gas and renewables industries.
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