Wood has further extended the SURF IM Network, which aims to share experience and lessons learned from subsea integrity and reliability issues and is supported by 10 major global operators.
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The vessel is sailing to Flushing (Vlissingen), the Netherlands to mobilise for its first assignments. One of its first duties includes a decommissioning project in the North Sea.
Growing list of recent projects delivered on target.
The business has taken on 30 people in the last year and plans to recruit up to 20 by the end of the year across engineering, management and technical disciplines following new international contracts.
Secured under a long-standing master services agreement, this latest contract extends Wood’s 35-year relationship with Woodside across their asset portfolio.
The Shell-operated Brent field, is located 115 miles east of the Shetland Islands, in 140 m water depth, and has been in production since 1976.
It will be the first major rig refurbishment completed at HENDERSON’s new service centre and rig yard at 6750 Bender Road in Houston, Texas.
The commercial registration allows Sparrows Saudi Arabia LLC, a newly established entity in Dammam, to deliver services related to the extraction of oil and natural gas and associated support activities.
Trelleborg’s offshore operation will showcase its range of high-performance solutions, from topside to subsea at the Offshore North Sea (ONS) in Stavanger, Norway.
The company has established an office in Houston to better serve its clients and partners in the Americas region.
New ‘real-time’ technology expands convenience, flexibility and fidelity of powerful well system diagnostics for oilfield customers.
EPCIC contractor for the FPSO, Samsung Heavy Industries (SHI), has awarded the position keeping work to Aqualis Offshore.