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Nessco boosting headcount after contract wins

Nessco boosting headcount after contract wins
North-east oil and gas communications specialist Nessco said yesterday it was taking on more staff after landing contracts worth more than £6.3million.

North-east oil and gas communications specialist Nessco said yesterday it was taking on more staff after landing contracts worth more than £6.3million.

The Westhill-based company said it was looking to employ a further six workers, having recruited an extra seven recently.

Nessco has a workforce of about 130 at offices in the UK, Brazil and Azerbaijan.

In addition, the company has formed several strategic partnerships with businesses in Korea, Nigeria, Norway, the United Arab Emirates and America.

Announcing the new contracts yesterday, the firm said two of the largest deals were for work in the UK continental shelf: at Nexen’s giant Buzzard field and the Eon Rhurgas Babbage development. Other new business has been secured in Australia, Brazil, Peru and Singapore.

Nessco said: “The packages cover a complete turnkey solution utilising the full spectrum of telecom technologies, covering radio networks to fibre optics and satellite.”

Managing director Tom Smith added: “We are delighted with the awards for these complex, high technology projects, particularly since they are mainly from existing clients. We are confident of adding a number of sizeable contracts to this list in the next month or so.”

Meanwhile, more than 300 young energy professionals will hear from Mr Smith – who is also chairman of Aberdeen City and Shire Economic Future and a past president of Aberdeen and Grampian Chamber of Commerce – at the annual Young Professionals in Oil and Gas Dinner, being held in the Marcliffe Hotel and Spa, in Aberdeen, tonight.

The event, organised by law firm McGrigors and accountant Deloitte, follows a number of seminars run throughout the year which provide information and a networking forum for young people working in the energy sector.

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