Aberdeen-based energy engineering consultancy Apply Altra said yesterday it had helped to secure new business worth around £15million for its Norwegian parent.
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Amec has forged a joint venture with Samsung whereby the UK company will perform the design engineering for fixed and floating offshore platforms, floating production, storage, and offloading vessels (FPSOs), and subsea pipelines for the Korean group's future offshore oil and gas projects.
AMEC, the international engineering and project-management company, has landed a deal believed to be worth tens of millions of pounds with oil giant BP in the Gulf of Mexico.
Technip has scored yet again in the US Gulf of Mexico, this time by winning the front-end engineering design (FEED) contract for phase two of BP's Mad Dog development.
International engineering and project management firm Amec said today it was confident of continued future growth despite global economic uncertainty.
SapuraCrest Petroleum has signed a conditional agreement to acquire Clough Limited's marine construction and offshore engineering operations in Australia, the UK, and the US, for $131.6million.
Energy consultant Xodus Group has won a £1million contract for detailed design of structures and pipelines and front-end engineering design (Feed) of risers for the Huntington oil field development in the UK central North Sea.
Altra Energy has secured a contract said by industry sources to be worth around £100million to deliver front-end engineering design (FEED) for a new satellite production platform for Apache's Forties field.
SHELL has firmed up on its order for a new type of low-profile subsea production tree developed by GE Oil & Gas's drilling and production division in Aberdeen.
Aberdeen-based Nautronix and Cameron's Drilling Systems division in Houston have been awarded an OTC Spotlight on New Technology Award for the NASMUX (Nautronix Acoustic Subsea Multiplex) system.
INTERNATIONAL engineering and project-management company AMEC has landed a multimillion-pound Middle East deal.
ON FEBRUARY 21, Gazprom, Total and StatoilHydro signed a historic shareholder agreement for the creation of a company to develop phase one of the giant Shtokman gas field in the Russian sector of the Barents Sea.