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Seacroft Marine Consultants receives contracts

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Seacroft Marine Consultants has secured two key contracts with major North Sea oil and gas operators, BP and Centrica E&P.

The BP contract, for a three year term with two additional one year options, is for the provision of Response and Rescue Vessel (ERRV) assurance services in the region. The Centrica deal, for the same services, will run for five years with three one year options.

ERRV work is a key part of Seacroft’s offering and one of a wide range of services which has been expanded significantly in recent years.

Michael Cowlam, Seacroft’s Technical Director, said: “We are delighted to have secured these new contracts with BP and Centrica, which are a very positive reflection on the knowledge and experience we have within our team. It also underlines our ability to deliver cost effective solutions without compromising on the highest standards of safety, which is always our prime focus.

“Seacroft has been at the forefront of innovations in ERRV services and we continue to work hard as a team to raise the bar. We are committed to leading the way and that has been rewarded with important new business wins not only in recent weeks but over a number of years.”

Michael Cowlam added: “We view the consultancy aspect of our work as vital and are able to use the skills we have within the team to create opportunities for efficiencies across the full spectrum of marine operations. In the current climate, that is an attractive proposition for all operators. There is no question of diluting quality or attention to detail, it is about working smarter to achieve very clear objectives.”

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