IKM Secures Consulting Contract from BP Norway

IKM Consultants AS has won a new 5-year framework contract with BP Norway for the provision of consulting services.

“The company has had a long-standing contractual relationship with BP Norway and are pleased to be able to continue this cooperation through this new contract,” says General Manager Per Oscar Knudsen.

The contract come at the same time as Statoil is exercising options on all its framework agreements with IKM Consultants AS within the areas of HSE and Project Control, Supply Chain Management and Risk Management and all technical disciplines within Subsea/Pipeline and Topside.

“We are very proud that existing and new customers have shown us such confidence in a market where the trend is toward a reduction in the number of contractors. This will help strengthen our position as one of the largest and leading providers in Norway of consulting services to the oil and gas industry.

In our business size is important in order to be able to satisfy our customer’s requirements for quality and breadth of expertise and is a prerequisite for framework contracts with the major players in the market. Direct agreements with all the major players in the industry will also contribute to providing more exciting job opportunities, which will make us more attractive to potential consultants,” Per Oscar Knudsen says.

Press Release, June 18, 2014

 

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