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Oceaneering enhances global asset integrity capabilities

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Oceaneering International, Inc. (‘Oceaneering’) has announced it has bolstered its expanding asset integrity business in Chandigarh, India with more capabilities.

The engineering support team is expected to grow to around 30 full time engineers by the end of 2019. The team provides highly experienced and specialised competency across all integrity engineering trades, enabling standardisation, service excellence and full life cycle project execution.

Chirag Jayswal has been appointed senior integrity engineering manager. With Oceaneering since 2010, he will transition from his current role within the offshore design centre where he led a team of engineers. Before Oceaneering, he worked for Larsen & Toubro and Sulzon.

Bill Boyle, Senior Vice President of Asset Integrity, Oceaneering, said: “Over the last five years, we have built considerable capability in Chandigarh, with a multi-disciplined integrity team supporting many newbuild, pipeline structures and process projects globally. Our aim is to expand this team further in the next 12 months, providing services onshore and offshore in the areas of reliability, maintenance and floating systems. Chirag is a fantastic addition to our Asset Integrity division and we’re excited to welcome him on board.

“Oceaneering provides value-adding asset integrity technologies and solutions that focus on maximising value for our customers. Having a dedicated engineering resource supporting our global projects ensures that we have the right blend of technical, quality and commercial efficiencies across our business, and enables us with an agile and responsive customer service.”

Oceaneering’s Asset Integrity division provides conventional and advanced non-destructive testing (NDT), specialist inspection solutions and integrity management capabilities, with a team of over 2100 technically-focused people servicing clients at 24 global locations.

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