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DNV GL Updates Marine Warranty Standard

September 27, 2018

Michiel van der Geest (Photo: DNV GL)
Michiel van der Geest (Photo: DNV GL)

DNV GL Noble Denton marine services has released a new edition of the ST-N001 Marine operations and marine warranty standard for the warranty approval of marine operations, covering all different asset and operation types.

The new edition now includes a completely revised section for marine operations involving pipelines, risers, jumpers, umbilicals and submarine cables. In addition, the updated standard provides the latest requirements and guidance for marine warranty based on DNV GL’s extensive experience, including the deep knowledge from the legacy DNV, GL and Noble Denton organizations. Following the marine standard and its guidance will support project risk control and provide assurance to stakeholders and underwriters.

The standard is now available to purchase through the DNV GL digital platform Veracity where the user can select either a project specific abstract or access the complete standard.

Michiel van der Geest, Global Service Area Leader Noble Denton Marine Services, DNV GL – Oil & Gas, stated, “We’ve improved the functionality of the application by including Interpretations and Clarifications. This will provide users with an up-to-date overview based on inquiries and operational use, further supporting understanding of the standard and increasing project efficiency.”



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