Add Energy, the international energy consultancy provider, has been awarded a maintenance build contract worth around $1.8m with BP for work on West Nile Delta, located just off the north coast of Egypt, reported Scandinavian Oil-Gas Magazine.

The contract will see Add Energy carry out the development of a full asset maintenance build and will include the delivery of an asset register and functional hierarchy build, equipment criticality assignment, development of maintenance strategies for critical and non-critical equipment, job plans and procedures, critical sparing and BoMs development, informed Africa Business Communities News.

The Add Energy project team will be operating from Aberdeen and will require the project manager and principal consultant to travel to the BP West Nile Delta project offices in London over the course of the 18 months project.

As part of Add Energy’s commitment to the scheme, the energy consultancy has appointed Dr. Damon Bowler to oversee the project. With over 25 years of asset management experience, Bowler has worked in the oil and gas industry in various roles, and has a diverse range of technical, business, and management skills.

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