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Return To Scene delivers first Caribbean project for BP Trinidad & Tobago

Friday, September 8, 2017

Aberdeen-based visual asset and data management (VAM) specialist Return To Scene Limited, part of James Fisher and Sons plc, has completed and delivered its first project for BP Trinidad and Tobago (BPTT).

The digital survey of BP's normally unmanned installation (NUI) Mango, build into the R2S system and project delivery were completed within just one month. The opportunity presented by this new geographic market is particularly exciting for Return To Scene.

Catriona Johnston, the company's Global Accounts Manager explains:

BPTT is the country's largest hydrocarbon producer and in addition to the Mango project, we have created deck plans for its Cannonball and Serrette assets. By reducing the need for site visits, we are supporting BPTT's commitment to safety in operations and the protection of the environment, while also creating efficiencies. Post project feedback and analytics have been very positive and we are looking forward to building our relationship with the excellent BPTT team.

Return To Scene has a global agreement with BP and R2S has been rolled out across assets in the North Sea and US Gulf of Mexico.



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