Lloyd’s Register Launches Subsea Inspection Service

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Lloyd’s Register (LR) has established Subsea Inspection Service to support underwater inspections of subsea pipelines, assets and facilities to energy companies operating offshore.

Services include project management, consultancy, personnel, quality control, data processing and data management, applicable to ROV, AUV and diver projects.

Headed by LR’s subsea inspection manager Andrew Inglis, and delivered by the company’s in-house experts in subsea inspection, survey and asset integrity, services will be provided to operators and contractors in the offshore oil and gas, wind farm and submarine cable sectors.

Andrew Inglis says: “LR has significant capability and experience within the subsea sector including management of a wide range of offshore projects and operations across the energy mix. By uniting this expertise and experience with our focus upon safety, quality and cost-efficiency, we aim to be the preferred subsea inspection management supplier for our clients.”

“LR has significant expansion plans for the subsea sector and has invested in technology and people to ensure that we deliver high quality services and tangible cost and efficiency benefits for our customers.”

Managed and co-ordinated in Aberdeen, the Subsea Inspection Service will be delivered to clients in all offshore energy regions through LR’s global network of office locations.

“With a good portfolio of work projects on the horizon, we look forward to making sure we actively do our part to help operators achieve their objectives of achieving a safe, efficient and sustainable sector,” added Inglis.

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