Lloyd’s Register awarded two contracts by the Oil & Gas Authority
Published: 04 Aug 2016 By Grace Kimberley
Global engineering, technical and business services organisation, Lloyd’s Register has secured two major UKCS projects, which have been delegated by Oil & Gas Authority (OGA) for the UK Continental Shelf. These contracts have arisen to contribute towards Regional Exploration Maps and Regional and Field Support Engineering Services.
Lloyd’s Register’s Reservoir Services and Development Solutions teams will require technical professionals to produce productivity strategies, enabling the OGA to boost the economic recovery of the UKCS’s oil and gas reserves. The OGA has labelled LR as its trusted supplier for the operation.
Phil Edwards, Consulting Director at Lloyd’s Register said, “OGA are tasked with maximising the economic recovery of the UKCS’s oil and gas reserves, and the objective of these contracts are to provide technical expertise and support to the OGA to allow them to achieve this goal.”
“Our work will involve collaborating with OGA decision makers to develop long term high level strategies for managing the UK offshore basins.”
In the last 10 years, Lloyd’s Register has also delivered service to the Department for Business Energy and Industrial Strategy (BEIS) plus various assurance services. The company continuously advises on reservoir related activity and facility studies.
“The range of projects that we successfully deliver demonstrates the breadth of services we can provide, and also our versatility from a review lasting days to multi-year, integrated projects that span the whole cycle, and from initial exploration and appraisal through to preparation of all aspects of a complete field development plan and implementation,” says Edwards.”
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