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Oceaneering secures integrity services contract extension from Equinor

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Oceaneering International, Inc. (‘Oceaneering’) has secured a contract renewal from Equinor which covers the provision of maintenance, reliability and integrity management. The contract, which was originally awarded to Oceaneering’s integrity business in 2005 and competitively tendered again in December 2013, is extended until December 2020. Under the agreement, Oceaneering will provide support to Equinor’s onshore and offshore facilities in Norway, covering a wide spectrum of maintenance, risk and reliability services.

Thomas Aas Sæthre, Director of Integrity at Oceaneering said: “We’re delighted to extend our long-standing relationship with Equinor. We look forward to supporting our customer to achieve effective maintenance engineering and management across its facilities, helping to deliver measurable improvements to optimise facility performance and mitigate risk.”

Oceaneering will develop maintenance programs and procedures, including full maintenance build, advisory and analysis capability as well as digitalisation and visualisation support. This specific contract will be managed from Norway. Under separate agreements Oceaneering’s asset integrity business also provides maintenance engineering to Equinor from Aberdeen, Houston and Rio De Janeiro.

In addition to asset integrity, Oceaneering’s services to Equinor include ROVs, integrated subsea tooling, engineering and new technology solutions.

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