Mad Dog 2 Field | BP
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Subsea Integration Alliance is proud to announce the completion of both the Seven Pegasus and Island Venture vessel campaigns in the BP Mad Dog 2 project, with the successful delivery and installation of mooring piles and OneSubsea manifolds.
Milestones and achievements during this phase of the Mad Dog 2 project include:
“I want to specifically recognise the collaboration across the teams which has enabled efficient execution while working through the many challenges. The use of technology to ensure adequate technical support and oversight while reducing our personnel needs offshore is a great success story, and no doubt something we can look to adopt more widely going forward.”
General Manager, BP Mad Dog 2 project
How a one-team approach helps BP meet strategic objectives on the Mad Dog 2 project.
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