Bureau Verita awarded two "high value" contracts

BV 2100Excelerate Energy and MISC Berhad (MISC) have expanded their agreements with the company for asset integrity services. (Image source: Bureau Veritas)Lab testing services provider Bureau Verita said that it has been awarded two "high value" contracts to improve safety procedures and efficiencies in asset management

Adopting the Veristar AIM3D ‘software, Excelerate Energy and MISC Berhad (MISC) have expanded their agreements with the company to provide asset integrity services across their units, including on Excelerate Energy’s Floating Storage and Regasification Unit (FSRU) Excellence, and MISC’s FPS systems, the Floating Storage & Offloading (FSO) vessel Benchama 2 and the Floating Production, Storage & Offloading (FPSO) vessels - MaMPU1 and FPSO Cendor.

The Veristar AIM3D software is an asset integrity management (AIM) system to help shipping operators reduce capital and operating expenditures.

“Since introducing our technology, Veristar AIM3D has provided clients with a unique platform to facilitate and understand the survey and inspection processes, optimizing asset performance and reducing OPEX," Paul Shrieve, Bureau Veritas, regional chief executive, North Sea Offshore Operations and Marine & Offshore Operations director, said.

“We are delighted to see the software go from strength to strength and a continued network of clients begin to use the solution that offers a 3D digital twin, combined with smart data analytics in a collaborative platform,” Shrieve, added.

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