Subsea inspection, maintenance and repair (IMR) firm N-Sea has announced a trio of contracts worth about £12 million combined in the Middle East.
One of the deals was for a pipeline repair campaign carried out last month using remotely-operated vehicles and divers.
Later this year, a second diving operation will begin on a demolition project in Abu Dhabi.
N-Sea was also selected for a saturation diving campaign for spool, clamp and riser installations – which launched at the end of May – off the coast of Egypt in the Red Sea.
Asa Gamble, managing director for N-Sea in the Middle East, said: “The last eight months have been particularly busy for N-Sea in the Middle East as we experience strong partner and operator interest across our range of services.
“This has also led to the expansion of our local operations team to ensure N-Sea’s high standards of service delivery are maintained across all current and upcoming projects in the region.
“We are delighted to be working with these esteemed companies – two of the major industry players – and I look forward to building on these relationships into the future.”
N-Sea, which is headquartered in the Netherlands, has an office in Aberdeen and warehousing and yard space in Dyce.
It has 45 full-time employees and 150 contractors in north-east Scotland.
As well as providing IMR services for clients in the oil and gas sector, N-Sea has been expanding into the renewables sector.
It has won a number of contracts for the detection and disposal of unexploded bombs bombs prior to cable trenching operations on the seabed.