Energy service firm ICR Integrity managed to bolster its balance sheet with a debt-for-equity swap deal, its latest accounts show.
A former Aberdeen energy service firm boss has found a new job south of the border.
The boss of Aberdeen-headquartered ICR Integrity has quit the firm to “pursue” other opportunities it was revealed last night.
Oil and gas services group ICR Integrity of Aberdeen has muscled in on the drone-based inspections market by snapping up Sky-Futures Partners for an undisclosed sum.
ICR Integrity’s boss said yesterday that the energy services firm’s international expansion was a “success story” and predicted higher earnings this year.
Aberdeen-based oil and gas services group ICR Integrity has announced the appointment of a new operations chief, alongside a new finance lead.
Oil and gas services group ICR Integrity, of Aberdeen, has joined the growing throng of firms reaping the rewards of diversification into new markets.
Aberdeen firm ICR Integrity has joined forces with a company from Trinidad and Tobago to offer pipeline repair and maintenance services in the Caribbean nation.
Between 2011 and 2014, ICR Integrity brought together five asset integrity businesses to provide its clients with a more cohesive approach to managing integrity, corrosion and repair.
An oil and gas downturn write-off has blown a £9million-plus hole in the balance sheet at the parent of Aberdeen-based energy service firms ICR Integrity and Walker Technical Resources (WTR).
International integrity and maintenance group ICR has appointed industry stalwart Bill Bayliss as executive chairman following the retirement of Bob Forbes.
Energy service firms were at the heart of a flurry of takeovers yesterday, with two of the deals involving Aberdeen.