Kent wins five-year global commissioning contract with focus on CCS capabilities

March 04, 2024

(WO) – Kent has been awarded a five-year global commissioning framework agreement from bp.

Kent’s specialists will be fully integrated within bp’s commissioning and completions management team, ensuring a standardized approach across all projects and business units globally.

This strategic approach will embed a commissioning readiness culture, as well as provide oversight and assurance of commissioning delivery through the utilization of proven technology.

The framework agreement extends to the end of 2028, with a possible extension. The services will be executed by Kent’s CCS Center of Excellence (CoE) and regional operations.

Kent’s decades of experience in end-to-end CCS services were key in being awarded a framework agreement. Kent’s approach of integrating commissioning throughout all project stages ensures certainty on quality, cost and schedule, leading to optimized operational uptime and ensuring project start-ups that are flawless.

John Kennedy, VP Project Management at bp said, “Transforming our approach to commissioning delivery is a key factor in bp’s mission to continuously improve project delivery. This agreement is an enabler to that mission, leveraging Kent’s CCS capability throughout the lifecycle of projects, and building on a long-term relationship that has contributed to successful delivery across our global portfolio, including projects in Azerbaijan, Egypt and Trinidad.”

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