A new oil and gas services company being launched in Aberdeen, Scotland, is expected to create 16 new jobs.
EnerQuip is set to make an initial investment of over $9 million dollars in order to provide torque machines and associated services to the drilling and downhole tools sectors. Located in the Tullos area of Aberdeen, the new company plans to move to a larger facility in the northeast in early 2016 to support anticipated growth. EnerQuip has already acquired a large workshop yard and office facility in Lybster, Caithness, for fabrication and repair activities.
Formed by three former senior members of AMC Engineering, the company is scheduled to launch a new generation of torque machine, for the assembly and dismantling of downhole tools, by the first half of 2016.
EnerQuip Managing Director Dave Clark commented in a company statement:
“The new business provides us with a platform to offer a unique service package that harnesses our extensive experience and in-depth knowledge of our specialist sector. We're equipped to support the international activities of industry contractors, and to do so quickly, reliably and efficiently. More than that, we're tapping into that mix of experience and expertise to develop an improved torque machine that will add a new dimension to our offering. It's an ambitious program, but it's achievable because of inherent capabilities and we look forward to taking it to the market."
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