February 2022, Vol. 249, No. 2


ICR Integrity Plays Critical Role in Cruden Bay Terminal Regeneration

Special to P&GJ  CR Integrity (ICR) recently completed a crucial scope of work for Doosan Babcock on the Forties Pipeline System (FPS) shutdown project at the Cruden Bay Booster Station in Northeast Scotland.    By utilizing ICR’s multiskilled team, headcount was reduced by six, providing time and cost savings for the project. The three-week shutdown, intended to ensure reliability to 2040, supported the removal and reinstatement of the main valves and piping from the sealine receiver from the Forties field through to the new, aboveground piping system and pig launcher at the land line during the planned FPS outage scope.   A key project for I

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