Lloyd’s Register wins safety award

Gael Lewis, Lloyd’s Register’s director of energy and transportation, received the award from Scott Urban, group vice president of BP’s North Sea operations, at a regular UK safety forum involving the senior management of all BP’s contractors. The award is said to reflect a lot of hard work by all involved with the project to ensure that the safety agenda is given the highest priority and that the first consideration in all of our work is safety, both personal and for everyone affected during all phases: design, installation, commissioning, operational and decommissioning.

The project involves Lloyd’s Register managing the inspections required to maintain the integrity of the structures, pipelines, and pressure systems for some 50 operational BP platforms in the North Sea, along with one FPSO, and three onshore terminals, and providing technical support to BP for over 2000km of associated pipelines. Lloyd’s Register is also involved with the integrity input into the design phase of the new BP Clair project, and with the decommissioning of NW Hutton.

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