A specialist North-east oil and gas industry support and training facility has secured a multi million pound contract with a major global oil and gas operator.
The Aberdeen-based National Hyperbaric Centre (NHC), which offers a range of oil and gas industry support and specialised training services, has secured a three-year contract for the provision of client representatives and diving technical advisors.
The NHC, which has been operating in the North-east for more than 20 years has secured the estimated £3million contract to manage the diving, survey, engineering and ROV onshore and offshore worksites, as well as providing audits and analysis of the clients diving and ROV systems.
The contract will ensure the compliance of all diving equipment and ROV systems in line with industry standards.
Consulting Manager for the NHC, Alexander Harper, said: “Securing this contract is a major step forward for the consulting team. The department is continuing to grow and strengthen, ensuring we provide the level of specialist support to our clients as expected. Being awarded these types of contracts ensures a high level of confidence the industry has in the NHC.”
The NHC is a privately owned company, which boasts a team of experts with a wealth of knowledge in the oil and gas industry. The firm offers a range of oil and gas industry support and specialised training services to clients in the UK and across the globe.
In addition to providing global subsea expert support and training, the NHC, which was launched in 1987, also boasts hyperbaric pressure test chambers rated to an operational depth of 8000 metres, a work chamber (rated to 1000 metres), saturation system (rated to 300 metres) and an outdoor water test tank. Thecompany delivers a range of services including training courses, testing and trial facilities, research and development, auditing, diving medical support, equipment certification, senior consultancy and hyperbaric lifeboat reception.