OEG Offshore has delivered several contracts for Remotely Operated Vehicle control modules worth £1.8 million.
Subsea contractors including Technip FMC and Saipem ordered new ROV cabins, as well as repairs and improvements to existing modules.
OEG, which is headquartered in Aberdeen, specialises in the design, build and rental of specialist A60 cabins and cargo-carrying units for the oil and gas market.
Technip’s order included two high-specification 20ft ROV workshops for worldwide use, modifications to storage units and upgrade to control cabins.
A division of the French oil-services firm also ordered three A60 control cabins for 2018.
Meanwhile, Saipem contracted OEG for upgrades to several ROV control cabins.
David Hunter, operations director at OEG, said: “Our comprehensive understanding of the nature of work that our subsea customers are involved in deliver designs for ROV cabins and workshops geared towards creating an ergonomic workplace for employees.
This enables a more fluid working environment that reduces stress and increases productivity, with the aim of minimising man hours and consequently, costs.”