Well abandonment services provider Well-Safe Solutions has made a multi-million-pound investment in new Aberdeen headquarters.
Well-Safe said on Thursday that the investment followed a landmark contract win and acquisition of its first asset.
According to the company, it invested several million in the HQ building at Gateway Business Park in Aberdeen having already outgrown its current offices.
It is worth mentioning that Well-Safe Solutions will decommission twenty-one wells on the Schooner and Ketch fields in the UKCS operated by DNO. The company also recently acquired the Ocean Guardian semi-submersible drilling unit, which will be converted into a P&A unit.
Graeme Murray, legal and commercial director at Well-Safe, said: “We are delighted to have found an ideal building that will give our employees a great working environment. It also will give us very quick access to our Dundee marine base, and with the new bypass, will make it much easier for all our employees to travel to and from the site.”
The company added that it was gearing up for further contract awards and was in the final process of selecting a number of assets that it would purchase to enhance its complete well plug and abandonment package offering.
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