Oil major Total has handed risk management company DNV GL a three-year deal for the provision of a range of services across its UK North Sea portfolio.
DNV GL will lay on services including verification, classification and flag, risk advisory services and major accident hazard awareness training.
The company said it had built a strong relationship with Total following the Paris-headquartered operator’s acquisition of Maersk Oil’s production assets in 2018.
DNV GL was the incumbent safety services provider on those assets, which include the Culzean and Gryphon facilites.
Total also operates the Shetland Gas Plant, which serves the Greater Laggan Area, west of Shetland, the Elgin-Franklin area and the Alwyn platform.
Hari Vamadevan, regional director, UK & Ireland, DNV GL, said: “As one of the largest operators in the UK, this contract award from Total is a key win for DNV GL and is a great start to the year.
“At a pivotal time for the oil and gas industry, our work with Total will focus on areas of safety, innovation and efficiency.
“We look forward to aligning with Total as the company continues its substantial investment in the drive to net zero.”
Jack Downie, head of development and innovation, UK & Ireland, DNV GL, added: “This contract will see Total use a broad range of DNV GL’s services to enhance its operations, and support its low carbon goals.
“Throughout our conversations with the Total team, we see forward-looking motivation and the desire to further develop the value we add to its operations, while further strengthening the bond between our organisations.”