Energy consultancy provider, Add Energy, has landed new contracts totalling £1.1 million in the last six months.
The latest business wins include a total of 11 projects from major oil and gas operators, power generation plants, FPSO operators and drilling companies – securing more work for its Asset and Integrity Management team in Aberdeen.
The international firm will provide Bill of Material (BoM) data improvement, Computerised Maintenance Management System (CMMS) Builds, criticality studies, planned maintenance optimisation and maintenance management training to new clients in Norway, Denmark, UK, Houston and Kazakhstan – further cementing its global presence.
Damon Bowler, Vice President of Add Energy’s Asset and Integrity Management division, said “These additional contracts underpin our capabilities and further strengthen the foundations for our continued global growth. I’m incredibly proud of our people for the hard work and dedication shown in helping to secure this new business.”
The fast growing company which had a turnover of more than £17 million last year, said it is expecting this to increase to around £20 million by end of year 2019. As part of its ongoing growth plans, Add Energy recently appointed a new Operations Manager, Jody Lusher, in the firm’s Aberdeen headquarters.
Damon added, “The appointment of Jody Lusher as Operations Manager is a strategic move to provide our clients with additional specialist support. He brings significant knowledge and expertise from a successful career within the oil and gas industry.
“It’s a very exciting time to be part of the Add Energy team. We have ambitious plans to further expand in Houston and the Middle East and are investing time and resources into new asset management software, Aim-Hi™, due to launch within the first quarter of 2019.”
Add Energy’s Asset and Integrity Management division currently has 97 employees across offices in Aberdeen and Houston.