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PIM wins North Sea integrity management contract

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Plant Integrity Management Ltd has announced that it has won a new five-year contract with Nexen, a wholly-owned subsidiary of CNOOC Limited. The contract will see PIM provide inspection management services on Nexen’s North Sea assets, including delivering integrity management services covering pressure systems, structures and pipelines. The offshore enactment services will be subcontracted to TRAC Oil & Gas Ltd.

Commenting on the contract award, Steven Plant, managing director of PIM said, “We’re delighted to have been awarded this contract by one of the major operators in the oil and gas industry. We are extremely proud of the growth that we have achieved since PIM was set up in 2011.

“Over the past five years we have worked hard to build the business and to develop a reputation for consistently delivering high quality, technical services to our clients. During this time, we have established a close working relationship with TRAC. They will be providing the inspection enactment and specialist non-destructive testing elements of this integrity management work.”

Steven continued, “This is in line with our ambitious growth plans; we recently opened our first international office in Malaysia and we are also undertaking increasing amounts of work in the Middle East. PIM remains committed to being the best in the industry, through continuous improvement and setting the standard for integrity management. We take pride in delivering a service to our clients which in turn enables them to attain best practice within the industry.”

Adapted from a press release by David Bizley

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