Yokogawa and BP renew global agreement for Supply of Main Automation Contractor Services

Friday, Sep 25, 2015

Yokogawa Electric Corporation announces the renewal of a global agreement with BP*1 to supply main automation contractor*2 services (MAC services) to BP's upstream entities. With the renewal of this agreement, BP and Yokogawa have reaffirmed their shared commitment to achieving mutual success and securing the delivery of superior long-term value through the provision of MAC services.

Yokogawa first signed a global MAC services agreement with BP in 2007. By providing reliable products and demonstrating its engineering and project execution capabilities on prior BP projects, Yokogawa is integral to BP's drive for capital efficiency. The renewed agreement is for a period of 10 years.

The Yokogawa products and services covered by this global agreement include the CENTUM® VP integrated production control system, ProSafe®-RS safety instrumented system, STARDOM™ network-based control system, Plant Resource Manager (PRM®) plant asset management package, FAST/TOOLS SCADA software, Exaseries productivity solution software, field wireless and other types of field instruments, analyzers, project management and system integration engineering services, and operation and maintenance services.

Shuji Mori, a Yokogawa vice president and president of Yokogawa Electric International, a subsidiary that oversees Yokogawa's IA and control business outside Japan, had the following to say about this agreement: "BP has been a Yokogawa customer for many years, and this agreement takes our relationship to a new level and underscores BP's commitment to safe and reliable operations. This long-term partnership with BP will increase our presence in the oil and gas industry, which is one of the main sectors we are targeting under the Transformation 2017 mid-term business plan."

*1 One of the world's largest energy companies. Based in London, the company operates in nearly 80 countries and employs 84,500 people worldwide.

*2 An arrangement whereby a plant owner seeks to improve efficiency, reduce costs, and speed up project delivery by assigning responsibility for supplying a control system solution to a single automation vendor

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