Oil and gas engineering firm Energy Services International (Eserve) is celebrating a new contract in West Africa.
Aberdeen-based Eserve will provide survey services using a new workflow which can cut costs by 75% by reducing the amount of time spent on site.
The company did not say who had awarded the contract or how much it was worth.
Eserve co-founder and director Dan Millard said: “We are delighted to be awarded this formal contract. We have made a huge investment into developing our survey capabilities to enable us to be the most competitive and reactive topside survey service in the market.
“We will continue to keep investing and developing this capability so we are not only ahead of our competitors but also playing a vital part to reduce overall spend for a sustainable long term future in the O&G and other industries.
“We are looking forward to successfully completing this contract and further opportunities it may bring.”
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