GL Noble Denton awarded inspection services agreement from BP

GL Noble Denton

BP has awarded GL Noble Denton a multi-million dollar contract to supply vendor inspection services across BP’s portfolio of upstream assets.

The three-year deal allows GL Noble Denton to become one of a small number of inspection specialists to assess the safety, quality and performance of equipment acquired for BP’s high-profile capital and operating expenditure projects.

Under the agreement, GL Noble Denton will offer bespoke inspection expertise to BP projects through a network of engineers in more than 80 countries. 

Pekka Paasivaara, Member of the GL Group Executive Board, and Craig Simpson, BP's Director of Procurement Execution, sign a new agreement that will see GL Noble Denton become a preferred supplier of vendor inspection services across BP’s global upstream portfolio of assets. 

 

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