Well management firm Exceed has announced the launch of an Australasian business as it eyes the country’s burgeoning decommissioning market.
Pinpointing which stage of grief the UK oil and gas supply chain currently sits at it is complicated.
Well management and performance improvement specialist Exceed, of Aberdeen, has reported a “positive outcome” in 2020, despite the challenges faced during the past nine months.
Aberdeen-headquartered well management firm Exceed Energy has announced the creation of a Norwegian subsidiary.
Well management firm Exceed Energy has enjoyed at jump in profits after injecting fresh impetus to its overseas expansion ambitions.
Aberdeen-headquartered well management firm Exceed has announced the acquisition of Lowestoft-based Managed Pressure Resources (MPR).
An energy industry stalwart was recognised for his technical nous and role in inspiring young people to get into engineering careers at a glittering awards ceremony in Aberdeen last night.
Aberdeen-headquartered Exceed has secured a major contract to drill the first deepwater well off the coast of Guinea Bissau in West Africa.
Hefty investment during the downturn has paid off for Exceed as the Aberdeen-headquartered well management specialist returned to the black.
Two Aberdeen-based energy service firms have announced contracts totalling more than £22 million, as well as key new appointments amid growing confidence in the oil and gas industry.
Mexican ambassador to the UK, Julian Ventura Valero, flew into Aberdeen yesterday for a meeting with North Sea oil and gas chiefs.
An Aberdeen-headquartered well management specialist has clinched international contracts worth £18million since the start of this year.
Aberdeen-headquartered company Exceed has announced 20 new positions for its forthcoming Cheviot Field development campaign.
Well-management and oil and gas performance coaching specialist Exceed said yesterday it had won North Sea contracts worth £5.5million since the start of the year.
Aberdeen well management firm Exceed aims to hire a quarter of the workforce of failed rival Applied Drilling Technology International (ADTI) as it expands its global footprint.
Well management specialist Exceed has created a well decommissioning strategic alliance with Weatherford.
Eight seniors from the failed oil & gas well project management specialist ADTI have transferred to wells management and performance specialist Exceed in a strategic move.
It’s about safe and cost effective delivery of projects from exploration through to decommissioning, providing well management and performance improvement related activities
Well management firm Exceed has set its sights on international markets after reaching its target turnover of £15million this year. The Aberdeen company is currently planning the first deepwater campaign in Myanmar, expected to commence in early 2015. The firm has added 10 new staff in Aberdeen this year, adding to its workforce of 75 in Canada, Ghana, Kenya, Myanmar and Malaysia.