EM&I New Zealand project approved
Published by David Bizley,
EM&I – the international asset integrity specialists – recently received a ‘thumbs up’ from a major Norwegian client with an FPSO in New Zealand.
EM&I have been working on this particular asset for many years and have built up an enviable reputation for the quality of their work and efficiency in execution.
The client was delighted with the project which was for inspection, maintenance and repair work, and congratulated the EM&I team on their professionalism and ability to work closely with the offshore crew and other contractors efficiently and execute the work scope quickly and safely.
In further comments the client recognised the effort put in by the EM&I team to ensure successful completion of the work scopes and mentioned the positive attitude, capability, and high safety standards which were demonstrated by the team is what they have come to expect when EM&I mobilise.
Commenting on this highly successful project Pat Lawless (CEO of the EM&I Group) stated: “We were delighted to have the opportunity to work on this project again for a well-established client, and that everything went according to the plan and programme. This is what good asset integrity is all about to keep the asset fit or purpose and having satisfied clients. We’re proud to have been involved and look forward to working together in future”.
Read the article online at: https://www.oilfieldtechnology.com/offshore-and-subsea/10122018/emi-new-zealand-project-approved/
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