Aberdeen-headquartered Cortez Subsea is using cutting edge, 3D technology to achieve success in the global inspection market.
Eskom has set out plans for a new “philosophy maintenance”, under which its power plants will be serviced in line with how they were supposed to be, while also seeking cost savings and taking a harder line with lenders.
Three dimensional scanning is transforming the way we inspect and maintain our subsea assets – delivering technically accurate data in time frames that add real efficiency to inspection operations and decision making. One Aberdeenshire-based firm is at the vanguard of this revolution.
If high levels of safety and environmental protection in the subsea oil and gas sector are to be maintained, then understanding the risks involved is more important than ever. That was the view highlighted by the Bureau of Safety and Environmental Enforcement (BSEE) in 2016.
Dundee-based technology firm Albacom has relaunched its protective coatings division following an investment of £250,000.