Aberdeen-based Dundas Consultants said yesterday it had signed deals worth more than £350,000 in recent months.
The oil and gas economics and development-engineering firm said it had won work with operators including Chevron, Maersk and ConocoPhillips.
Dundas, which was founded in 2011 and now employs 16 people, said the awards followed turnover of £1million in its first year thanks to contracts with Talisman Sinopec, EnQuest and Taqa.
Dundas founder and director Richard Woodhouse said: “We have built on last year’s achievements by bringing in more high-value work from across the sector. Our team goes from strength to strength and we are on target to record significantly increased annual results later this year.”
Mr Woodhouse said Dundas’s petroleum economics training courses had also been popular, with more than 150 professionals trained this year alone.