Baker Hughes announced an agreement for its acquisition of Quest Integrity, a subsidiary of Team, Inc and a global leader in the development and delivery of technology-enabled asset inspection and reliability management solutions across the pipeline, refining, petrochemical and power generation sectors.
Pipeline inspection services are one of Baker Hughes’ asset integrity solutions that find, describe, pinpoint, and measure irregularities in a pipeline’s wall that could jeopardize the integrity of the pipeline.
Furnace Tube Inspection (FTIS) and InvistaTM technology from Quest Integrity are included in the deal. New inspection capabilities are made possible by InvistaTM and can be used for pipelines, marine loading lines, petrochemical, chemical, refining, power, utility, and other industrial segments and facilities, such as airports.
Along with substantial engineering knowledge, Quest Integrity specializes in conducting crucial assessments to provide actionable insights and confirm asset integrity for a variety of industrial assets, including pipelines, pressure vessels, tanks, and turbine blades.
“The acquisition of Quest Integrity marks another step in Baker Hughes’ commitment to help customers ensure their asset infrastructure is safe and reliable and demonstrates how we continue to invest for growth in this area,” said Rami Qasem, executive vice president of Digital Solutions at Baker Hughes. “Today’s announcement strengthens Baker Hughes’ unique capability to bring holistic industrial asset management services to our customers.”
The acquisition will be integrated into the Process & Pipeline Services product line within Baker Hughes’ Digital Solutions segment, and it is anticipated to close in the fourth quarter of 2022.