ABS Strengthens Capabilities with Riser Technology, Certification

ABS announced it is drawing upon the industry experience of Horton Wison Deepwater to further strengthen its knowledge for the certification of risers and flowlines as a certified verification agent (CVA) for these installations.

As part of its overall offshore platform verification program, the US Minerals Management Service (MMS) requires the use of a CVA specifically for riser systems. Risers connected to floating platforms are subject to stringent MMS requirements for design, fabrication and installation.

"Working with Horton Wison Deepwater will give us unmatched riser technical capabilities," said Kenneth Richardson, ABS Vice President, Energy Development. "Riser technology is becoming increasingly important with ultra deepwater developments. With this agreement we will strengthen our technical teams, adding experience, technology, analytical software and engineering services to address not only today's riser systems but also anticipate the systems of the future."

"When developing floating systems technology we have found that working with ABS has made it easier for us to tackle the inevitable technical challenges," said Jim Maher, Vice President, Horton Wison Deepwater. "In particular, ABS understands best how to navigate the regulatory processes. This agreement will make it easier to cooperate on the development of new technologies in the future."


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