Ardyne has won an 86-well decommissioning contract in the North Sea, understood to be with operator EnQuest on the Heather and Thistle platforms.
Aberdeen-headquartered energy services firm Ardyne has agreed a second joint industry project with Norwegian giant Equinor.
With its prominence in the current news agenda there is no doubt that decommissioning in the North Sea has arrived.
UK fishing, milling and casing recovery provider Ardyne has strengthened its commitment to the North Sea by securing four long-term contracts for work on 175 wells with potentially more to follow.
Aberdeen-headquartered energy services firm Ardyne has bought drilling technology worth £6.8million from a rival company.
Ardyne’s unique Casing Recovery Toolbox was mobilised to expert, late-life asset and decommissioning operator Fairfield, in order to improve its project efficiencies – saving more than a day of rig time.
Fledgling energy service company Ardyne, of Aberdeen, is poised to appoint a new chairman as it goes about turning early contract wins around the world into profits.
Fledgling energy service company Ardyne, of Aberdeen, has lured oil and gas industry-heavyweight Jochem Scherpenisse from Baker Hughes.