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EM&I led joint industry project attracts more top names

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The EM&I led JIP (Joint Industry Project) for HITS (Hull Inspection Techniques & Strategy), now in its 6th year, continues to attract more top names in the industry.

At the most recent meeting of the FPSO Global Research Forum in Holland last month there was a record attendance of top companies, and more have applied to join this highly successful JIP, which has produced some ground-breaking innovations that are helping to change the course of the asset integrity industry.

A major Middle East oil company was welcomed into membership, and the major Brazilian oil company, and oilfield services company Oceaneering have also both applied for membership. A powerful agenda examining both visual inspection methodologies and remote inspection techniques took place with much debate and endorsement of the JIP reports prepared for the meeting.

Danny Constantinis (Executive Chairman of the EM&I Group) commented: “The JIP now moves into an exciting phase in 2019 with comprehensive testing environments being prepared to assess the robustness and commercial effectiveness of inspection technologies in this fast-moving market”.

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