Aquaterra Energy has won a $4.4 million contract to participate in the conversion of the Hibiscus Alpha jack-up rig, which will be located offshore Gabon.
A consortium of energy firms has announced plans to develop an innovative concept for North Sea green hydrogen production.
Aquaterra Energy has signed a master engineering and design service agreement to provide multiple of its Sea Swift platforms to Angola.
A Norwich-headquartered offshore engineering solutions firm has secured its largest riser analysis deal to date.
The Energy Industries Council (EIC) has announced the winners of the 2020 EIC Awards, with 13 companies sharing the top prizes in 12 categories, and one lucky Rising Star winning a scholarship worth £18,500 at the Robert Gordon University (RGU).
Construction and installation of subsea structures can be challenging in countries with limited local capacity, and Aquaterra Energy aims to fill a niche with its conductor supported platform (CSP).
Chevron has lined up a Sea Swift platform from Aquaterra Energy for work on the Lifua-A field, in Block 0.
The success of a £29 million Orkney energy storage pilot scheme has the potential to generate “tens of thousands” of UK renewables jobs, according to the project developer.
EV Private Equity (EVPE) said yesterday it was planning “several more” investments in North Sea oil and gas technology during the coming year.
Aberdeen-based Offshore engineering firm Aquaterra Energy has won an early well construction contract with Equinor for the Johan Sverdrup field.
Engineering firm Aquaterra Energy has supplied one of its Sea Swift platforms for an oilfield off the coast of Trinidad and Tobago.
Norwich-based Aquaterra Energy has announced the appointment of Nick Hawkes as its new financial director.
A continuing low oil price has led to a re-focus of investment strategy and rebranding at independent private-equity firm Energy Ventures.
EV Private Equity has dipped into its North Sea kitty for the first time since it unveiled plans to invest more than £150million in the region.
Aquaterra Energy has clinched a multi-million pound contract to supply equipment for a subsea abandonment project in the North Sea.
Two Norfolk-headquartered firms with bases in Aberdeen have joined forced to launch a monitoring system to reduce maintenance costs for wind turbines.
Two Aberdeen firms have designed a new riser system that can be deployed from a jack-up rig, which could help operators keep costs down on high pressure, high temperature (HPHT) well operations.