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CPD, based at Wilton, near Redcar, helps Sullom Voe work
A SOFTWARE services company has signed a deal with one of the world's largest oil and gas companies.
CPD, based at Wilton, near Redcar, has supplied its iPlan shutdown and maintenance software to BP Exploration for use on its Sullom Voe terminal in Shetland.
Bosses say BP will use the programme to help with maintenance and refurbishment of the site, which is one of Europe's largest oil and liquefied gas terminals.
Ross Coulman, CPD managing director, said: “We are proud to provide iPlan for this project and are confident it will help BP Exploration achieve its goals and secure the future operational life of the site.”
To maintain its success, the company has also created three new jobs, with James Blackwood taken on as operations director and Ian Thompson as marketing executive, with Robert Williams-Davison appointed junior software developer.
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