Offshore maintenance and inspection firm MInteg has opened a £50,000 rope access training centre in Aberdeen.
EnerMech, of Aberdeen, is looking to double revenue from its operations in Africa to £50 million over the next three years.
Aberdeen-based engineering services firm EnerMech has made two senior appointments in the UK and US in a bid to boost international expansion.
Aberdeen-headquartered MInteg has opened its first international base in Australia for entry into the country’s oil and gas market.
EnerMech has today been dealt a blow after losing a major offshore contract to a rival engineering services company.
Aberdeen-based engineering firm EnerMech has bought UK valves business Denholm Valvecare (DV).
Aberdeen-based energy service firm EnerMech has announced a seven figure double contract win with Norwegian renewables group Statkraft and Skagerak Energi, one of Scandinavia’s largest power grid companies.
Engineering services group EnerMech, of Aberdeen, said yesterday new subsidiary MInteg was poised to double the size of its workforce next year.
Cost-cutting and overseas growth have helped push international oil and gas engineering company EnerMech back into the black.
Oil and gas engineering company EnerMech has clinched a deal to build and install hydraulic systems on a polar research vessel known to millions as Boaty McBoatface.
Engineering services specialist EnerMech has won its first contract to provide crane personnel in Malaysia.
Aberdeen based EnerMech has launched a joint venture with Iraq's Khudairi Group which is expected to generate a $20million turnover.
Oil and gas engineering company EnerMech said yesterday a focus on international markets and diversification were paying off and driving growth.
Engineering services firm EnerMech said today that it had won £40million worth of contracts in the Caspian region.
GE Oil & Gas, PDI and EnerMech today launched eMERge, an innovative partnership supporting existing and new entrant E&P operators to maximise economic recovery of reserves.
Engineering services firm EnerMech said yesterday that it had snapped up an electrical and instrumentation (E&I) business with bases in Australia and the US.
Engineering services firm EnerMech is celebrating the award of contracts from clients at opposite ends of the world.
Aberdeen oil and gas engineering firm EnerMech said yesterday its cranes and lifting division had enjoyed an £85million boost from contract wins, extensions and renewals.
EnerMech is working on a £5million contract to prepare the Glen Lyon FPSO for delivering first oil from BP’s Quad 204 project, the mechanical engineering group said today. Quad 204 involves redeveloping the Schiehallion and Loyal fields, 110 miles west of Shetland, with the intention squeezing another 450million barrels from them. Glen Lyon, which is 885ft long and 170ft wide, is expected to process 130,000 barrels of oil and 220 million cubic feet of gas per day when production starts.
EnerMech has confirmed plans to make 90 further job losses from its North Sea operations.
Bosses at mechanical engineering group Enermech said they expect recovery in the oil and gas industry to take hold in the latter part of 2017 - at the earliest.
North Sea energy firms are continuing efforts to break into new, global markets as the collapse in oil prices takes its toll on the supply chain. Firms like Aberdeen-based Reftrade UK, which specialises in providing refrigeration containers in harsh environments, is looking to the pharmaceuticals industry. Meanwhile, Enermech, a mechanical engineering group which has its headquarters in Aberdeen, has invested £250,000 to offer a mobile valves testing service in South Africa which takes in sectors as diverse as brewing and the pulp and paper industry.
International mechanical engineering group, EnerMech is looking for additional investors to take the business to the next stage of its development plan.
EnerMech has been awarded a 12-month extension of a five-year cranes and lifting contract by BP worth £18million.
Aberdeen firm EnerMech is to turn its expertise to good use in a £36billion development which will deliver an estimated 8% of the world’s total liquefied natural gas (LNG) production. The mechanical engineering group said yesterday it had won “multimillion-dollar” contracts for the air drying and nitrogen purging of six gas storage tanks at the new Curtis Island LNG facilities in Queensland, Australia. US-based construction and civil engineering giant Bechtel has asked EnerMech to provide pre-engineering, supervision, manpower and equipment for work on the tanks, which together hold the equivalent of 56 Olympic-sized swimming pools.