C-MAR Launches New Engineering Division

C-MAR Group has launched a new engineering division under the leadership of Colin Burney, former Subsea Director of C-MAR Services UK Ltd.

The new company to be known as C-MAR Engineering Ltd will merge the Group's subsea BOP, marine and project engineering activities under one umbrella.

With its company head quarters in Aberdeen, the marine, project and subsea engineering company supports its activities from it's international operations in Brazil, Canada, Nigeria, UK and USA.

Colin Burney, newly appointed Engineering Director explains: "The grouping of these activities under one management is part of our continuing strategy to further grow the project and engineering side of the business by building on our strong client relationships and offering an integrated service.

C-MAR already has an impressive international track record, providing clients such as BP, Cal Dive, Saipem, Transocean and McDermott with a wide range of subsea, BOP and control systems consultancy services as well as operational expertise in the field of dynamic positioning (DP).

C-MAR Engineering has enjoyed a buoyant start to the year, having already performed a series of Failure Mode and Effect Analysis (FMEA's) on newbuild vessels at Yantai Raffles yard in China and Singapore with more work secured for the second quarter in the Far East.

In addition, C-MAR is currently involved in a number of vessel upgrades in Baku for McDermott Caspian.

Colin Burney comments: "we are particularly pleased to be further expanding our marine and project engineering activity into China where we have provided electrical, mechanical and project engineering expertise to the shipyard industry for many years. Meanwhile in West Africa, C-MAR has just marked the end of it's first successful year of operation in Port Harcourt, Nigeria with recent contract awards including major BOP projects on behalf of Saipem and Transocean in Nigeria and Cameroon.

C-MAR has also unveiled subsea BOP contracts in Brazil from Diamond, Noble, Pride and Transocean.