Prism Energy, an Aberdeen-based project and risk management consultancy which also offers software solutions, announced today that it has secured a two year contract in Norway with a major operator for its pipeline project management services.
The Norway contract comes following the successful management of a six figure contract with previous scopes of work to deploy four pipeline isolation tools on land sites and a further five tools on offshore platforms, required to support its major UK shutdowns. The service for the new contract will see Prism managing the overall project including key vendor management, assurance and execution support.
In the previous campaigns the Prism team provided management support, assurance services and execution experienced personnel to manage the site scopes.
Andy Sutherland, Managing Director of Prism Energy, says, “Following previous successful scopes of work for this client, we are delighted to further secure this two-year contract in Norway. The consequences of these types of projects going wrong is huge so we always focus a on ‘right first time’ strategy that is based on the specific risks and also lessons learned from previous projects.”
Andy continues: “As part of the management service we also deploy our Prism digital project management system to ensure that we can track and monitor the progress of all the key points, which helps to ensure a successful execution of the scope.”
Read the article online at: https://www.worldpipelines.com/contracts-and-tenders/08112021/prism-energy-secures-pipeline-management-contract-in-norway/
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