BMT Bags Deal to Maintain Shell's Production Storage Facility off Malaysia
BMT Group Ltd., a UK-based design, engineering and risk management consultancy, reported Tuesday that Shell has selected BMT Asia Sdn Bhd (BMT) to provide three-year maintenance services for a production storage facility offshore Malaysia. Sister company, BMT Scientific Marine Services previously installed Marine Instrumentation Systems (MIS) and Marine Advisory Systems (MAS) on the platform. This contract allows the organization to provide servicing and maintenance on MIS/MAS instrumentation exposed to the offshore marine environment, in order to ensure that components remain functional and provide accurate data.
The maintenance plan will include calibration checks, software maintenance and updates, remote technical support, data archiving, management, analysis and reporting. BMT brings valuable experience to this project, having regularly provided service and maintenance to over 75 platforms around the world.
BMT provides innovative integrity monitoring systems for a wide range of floating offshore oil facilities including the associated subsea risers and mooring systems. It delivers custom-engineered products from design through procurement, assembly, installation and operational support service. In addition, BMT deploys temporary monitoring systems for performance assessment, acceptance trials and forensic investigations. In combination with our extensive monitoring system experience, BMT provides data management and technical analysis of data acquired by the various permanent and temporary integrated marine and structural integrity systems.
BMT has an excellent track record in supplying 75 plus major Platform Integrity Monitoring Systems to operators in the Gulf of Mexico, offshore West Africa, Brazil, Malaysia and West of Shetland.
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