This latest transaction is the fourth deal completed by Ashtead Technology since the business was acquired by Buckthorn Partners and APICORP in April 2016.
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The company has been awarded a new contract by Evonik to deliver engineering, procurement and construction management services for the Group’s new polyamide 12 production complex.
Agreements signed with the government of Namibia and NAMCOR will add approximately 7 million net acres to the company’s exploration acreage.
Adam Johnson, director of Leeds-based Tudor International Freight, was commenting on what is believed to be the central trade-related demand of Labour party leaders in their current talks with the government aimed at breaking the parliamentary Brexit impasse.
According to a new study, three-quarters of companies agree that they must strengthen their cyber defence capabilities, but say they lack the skills and technology.
Daniel Rogers, Upstream Oil & Gas Analyst at GlobalData, estimates that Chrysaor will become a leader in UK oil and gas production and offers his insight on the transaction.
Company to showcase Subsurface Compressor System™ for gas wells and Magnetic Drive System™ for oil wells.
The company’s subsidiary has entered into a definitive agreement to acquire deepwater Gulf of Mexico assets from LLOG.
The contract ensures continuity of platform drilling operations and maintenance management services on the platforms until at least 2024.
Steve Digby, SPX FLOW, UK, explains why double acting double diaphragm metering pumps are a perfect storm of benefits for offshore operators.
This contract covers the delivery and installation of a subsea production system including installation of umbilical, rigid flowlines and associated subsea equipment.