International environmental services specialist TWMA, which is headquartered in Aberdeen, has announced the opening of a new office in Stavanger in order to service increasing levels of business from within the Norwegian market.
The office is located at Tananger and will support the Company's existing operational base in Mongstad which has a team of more than 25 personnel. One new senior appointment has been made as a result of the office being opened and TWMA plans to take on more staff in future.
The base is part of TWMA's strategic global expansion plans which include the addition of a number of new services to its portfolio to support and strengthen its offering to clients operating in the on and offshore industry. These new services mean TWMA can provide a wide spectrum of specialist niche services for a variety of rig issues ranging from cleaning operations to decommissioning.
Alongside the introduction of the new services, TWMA recently launched a mobile version of the Company's TCC-RotoMill technology -- the TCC RotoTruck -- which can go virtually anywhere in the world in any conditions to treat contaminated drill cuttings.
Ronnie Garrick, managing director of TWMA, said, "We have opened our new office in Stavanger in response to industry demand for our services in the Norwegian sector. It is an important region for our business and our aim is to develop the work we do there over the coming years.
"New legislation coming in around the world will mean continued growing need from the oil and gas industry for the handling and treatment of waste generated by drilling operations and having a strong presence on the ground in key locations such as Stavanger will help us respond to demand."