Gulf Marine Services (GMS) said today that it had one a new contract for one of its vessels in the Middle East North Africa (Mena) region.
ATR Group, which is merging with another Aberdeen oil and gas company, has won a contract to provide lifting equipment and inspection services to a North Sea major.
Aberdeen-based remotely operated vehicle (ROV) service provider Rovop has announced over $4million (£3million) of contract wins spanning the North Sea, Gulf of Mexico, West Africa and Europe. The company, which was visited by Greg Clark during his first visit to Aberdeen in his role as the Secretary of State for Business, Energy and Industrial Strategy, has been awarded several new contracts across the oil and gas and offshore wind sectors. The contracts are with several new clients across a number of sectors and include construction support, cable lay and protection, survey and inspection repair and maintenance (IRM).
An Aberdeen-based marine and offshore consultancy and safety firm today said it had clinched new contracts with two North Sea oil and gas majors. Seacroft Marine Consultants – which is based at the historic Roundhouse, a former navigation centre on Aberdeen’s Pocra Quay − will provide response and rescue vessel (ERRV) assurance services for BP and Centrica E&P. The BP deal runs for three years with two additional one year options, while the agreement with Centrica is for five years with three one year options.
Flexlife is expanding into new premises in Houston.
Westhill-based subsea firm ROVOP said it had made a strong start to 2013 by picking up £3.5million of contracts in January and expanding its management team.
Energy service giant Petrofac said yesterday it had taken on another office in Aberdeen to accommodate its expanding workforce.
Wilton Engineering Services said yesterday it had won a multimillion-pound contract with Subsea 7.
ENERGY service group 3Sun said yesterday it expected to double its annual turnover to £15million by the year-end.
ABERDEEN-BASED engineering firm PD&MS Energy said yesterday it would recruit up to 60 people to meet demand after winning a multimillion-pound contract.
CAPE supplies and manages industrial scaffolding and insulation, and undertakes cleaning and painting to the offshore and onshore oil and gas industries.
PRODUCTION technology service provider Proserv said today it had expanded its operations significantly.
AN ABERDEEN company supplying gaskets to the oil and gas industry has opened its own manufacturing facility in the Granite City.
ABERDEEN firm Sand Monitoring Services (SMS) has been awarded two new contracts worth more than £1.5million by two leading providers of well-testing services.
SUPPLY-CHAIN specialist 80:20 Procurement Services said yesterday it was time to push on again and develop the business, possibly through acquisition.
Aberdeen company Hydrasun is planning its third acquisition in less than a year, it emerged yesterday.
NOV Elmar UK yesterday announced contract wins of £10million in the latest quarter.
Integrated environmental service specialist TWMA has announced contract wins of £25million in the past quarter.