Shell awards inspection services framework agreement to GL Noble Denton

Wednesday, March 21, 2012
  • GL Noble Denton's network of highly qualified inspection engineers will have the opportunity to work alongside Shell's project teams to inspect on- and offshore equipment globally.

GL Noble Denton, an independent technical advisor to the oil and gas industry, has been awarded a four-year enterprise framework agreement (EFA) to provide inspection services for Shell's extensive global portfolio of projects in select locations.

GL Noble Denton's network of highly qualified inspection engineers will have the opportunity to work alongside Shell's project teams to inspect on- and offshore equipment globally. They will supplement Shell's procurement process to ensure that goods acquired by Shell are compliant with the highest industry safety and efficiency requirements across their lifecycle.

GL Noble Denton's Senior Vice President for Technical Assurance, Paul Shrieve, said: "GL Noble Denton's position as a market-leading technical assurance services provider has been further recognised by this agreement, and we are delighted to have the opportunity to develop a closer relationship with Shell. With a presence in more than 80 countries across the world, we are well placed to support the company wherever it is operating, and our independence will allow us to deliver unbiased advice, aiding Shell's continued drive to operate the oil and gas industry's safest assets."

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