Lloyd’s Register Consulting secures framework agreement

Lloyd’s Register Consulting has been awarded a framework agreement to provide risk management support to companies involved in developing the Johan Sverdrup project.

The group will provide a range of services in total risk assessment and safety studies. This project awarded to Lloyd’s Register Consulting represents an extension of the company’s collaboration with Aker Solutions from their initial FEED phase project.

In the detailed engineering phase, the total risk assessment study will cover dedicated HAZID workshops to identify and analyse major hazards. It will include in-depth risk analysis relating to the field centre, processing platform, living quarter platform, the drilling platform, and riser platform. The work will also oversee key areas including installation, hook-up, and commissioning amongst other stages of this engineering phase.


Adapted from press release by Joseph Green

Published on 02/06/2015


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