The contract is to cover the provision of engineering, procurement support and project management services for pre-FEED (front end engineering and design) and FEED work across a range of projects.
BP has announced it has agreed to sell its Forties Pipeline System (FPS) business, with assets including the main Forties offshore and onshore pipelines and other associated pipeline interests and facilities, to INEOS.
The Aberdeen-based visual asset management (VAM) specialist Return To Scene Limited, part of James Fisher and Sons plc, is conducting a pilot project for BP utilising the latest generation of its R2S Mosaic technology.
The scope of work includes integrated supply base operations management, logistics control planning and pipe yard operations.
BP today updates the financial community on details of its strategy and, in particular, medium-term plans for the next five years, based on oil prices similar to where they are today.
BP group chief executive Bob Dudley will underline the value of the North Sea in the oil major’s global portfolio when he leads the opening plenary session at SPE Offshore Europe 2017 being held in Aberdeen from 5 - 8 September 2017.
BP focused on growth: strategic portfolio additions, new projects coming onstream, costs and spending reduced ahead of schedule
Petrofac is set to build on its provision of maintenance services for BP, following the award of a three-year extension to its existing contract in the North Sea.
Sparrows Group has retained its current North Sea Mechanical Handling and Crane Management contract with BP, which will extend the working partnership between the two companies to over 50 years.
EnQuest PLC has announced an agreement to acquire from BP an initial 25% interest in the Magnus oil field representing c.15.9 million boe of additional net 2P reserves (gross reserves of 63.4 million boe) with net production of 4.2 Mboe/d.