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LOC awarded marine assurance and inspection contract with BP Egypt

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LOC Group, a provider of services to the offshore oil and gas industry, has become the third-party provider for marine assurance and inspection with BP Egypt.

LOC Egypt has been awarded a two-year marine assurance and inspection contract by BP Egypt. This is the first time LOC Egypt has been awarded work by BP. The first vessel inspection is expected to commence imminently to ensure efficient participation in their offshore campaign/project.

Tamer Gamil, LOC Egypt Country Manager, commented: “We are delighted to have been awarded this contract by BP. BP is one of the largest and most prestigious operators in the region and we are very pleased to be working with them on their operations over the next two years. This is the first agreement we have won with BP Egypt, which demonstrates the considerable progress we have made as an organisation since opening our office here in January 2018.”

R V Ahilan, CEO of LOC Group, commented: “This contract award demonstrates the considerable strength and expertise of LOC’s oil and gas offering. To win a competitive contract with a supermajor in one of the most important oil and gas regions in the world, speaks volumes about the strength of our team and our leading position in the marine and engineering market place.”

Read the article online at: https://www.oilfieldtechnology.com/offshore-and-subsea/07112019/loc-awarded-marine-assurance-and-inspection-contract-with-bp-egypt/

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