OFFSHORE engineering company Aquaterra Energy is continuing its rapid expansion by setting up a permanently in Aberdeen.
Established in June 2005, the Norwich-headquartered firm has expanded rapidly and the decision to set up shop in Europe’s Energy Capital is because of the opportunities generated by the city’s huge oil&gas capability.
Aquaterra already has a strong client base in Scotland and the new permanent base, which is in the heart of the city, will allow a greater amount of time to be spent with customers based here.
Andy McDowell, sales and marketing manager, said: “We are looking forward to having a permanent presence in Aberdeen, making it more accessible to serve our customers and to develop.”
The company’s core business activities centre around three spheres – well support services, field development and asset enhancement.
Aquaterra will be showcasing its skills at Offshore Europe, with McDowell representing the firm on the Great Yarmouth & Lowestoft – East of England stand.