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Offshore Vessel Vetting Process

Year: 2014
Language: english
Author: REPSOL
Genre: Reference book
Format: PDF
Quality: eBook
Pages count: 52
Description: The Repsol E&P Vetting Process begins with a query of BDEU through the Repsol Vetting website, in order to know the vessel status. There are four possible BDEU statuses, as follows: On Hold, Non-Assessed, Acceptable, Not Accepted.
After BDEU consultation, if the status requires a 'Commercial Interest Request' (if the Vessel is not included in the BDEU or is rated as 'Non-Assessed' or ‘Not Accepted’) then a request from any Offshore applicant within E&P or Repsol Group should be sent.
The vetting process continues with a Preliminary Evaluation . Vetting evaluation should have only three results, as follows; Acceptable, Not Accepted or On Hold.



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