Asset and integrity management consultancy Add Energy has secured over $6 million of new work in Canada as it continues its local expansion.
Add Energy’s Canadian office, based in Calgary, has won a series of contracts with several oil and gas operators and distribution companies to support the transition to new computerised maintenance management systems (CMMS), conduct big data structuring and enhancement, develop maintenance strategies, and provide specialist in planning and scheduling across Canada and the US.
In addition, the team will deliver competency, training and development as part of these contracts, which range in duration from five months to up to two years.
The Stavanger-headquartered company established a permanent presence in Canada in April 2020, where it now employs five people, supported by a 20-strong team in the wider US.
The new contracts have also enabled the Canadian team to grow, and support its plans to expand into British Columbia, Ontario and Nova Scotia.
The company is hopeful that an enhanced east coast North American footprint will boost its presence in key markets such as mining, power generation, renewables and manufacturing.
Country manager for North America, Afia McClenaghan said: “We are delighted to have secured several new contracts over the past two months, which has led to the expansion of the Canada team – with four new team members joining, and two relocating from other Add Energy offices.
“To achieve new scopes of work from existing clients is testament to the relationships we have nurtured and that, in turn, speaks volumes about the value and performance gains our technology and people can deliver.”
It follows the consultancy’s launch last month of a new training academy, offering on-demand e-learning courses specialising in drilling, well engineering, operations and maintenance.