Score Energy’s new field services division will lead to new jobs

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Scotland-based aero-derivative gas turbine company, Score Energy, has expanded its field services division, adding an instrumentation and controls department generating a significant number of jobs.

The organisation, which is a subsidiary of Score Group, already has extensive customer demand for technicians and engineers to attend sites globally, carrying out routine inspections and maintenance, providing first hand assistance on their aero-derivative and light industrial gas turbines. The division delivers troubleshooting capabilities – mechanical or controls, Boroscopic inspections, gas turbine installation and commissioning, onsite repairs, engine removal or re-installation, site assessments and vibration analysis.

Score Energy currently employs more than 140 people across its operations in the UK, Dubai, China, Kuala Lumpur, Indonesia and America. However, with the expansion of the instrumentation and controls department in its Field Services division there have been an additional six jobs created.

The department offers support to a broad range of common and legacy control systems typically no longer or sparsely supported by the OEM, ensuring our customers gas turbines are kept running and not facing obsolescence and expensive upgrade bills safeguarding the longevity of the equipment and extending life cycles. 

Managing Director of Score Energy, Julia Brown, said: “At Score Energy our priority is to always deliver cost effective and time efficient services to all our clients. We have delivered Field Services for several years now, with an unrivalled track record for customer focused solutions, service and satisfaction.

“The expansion of our instrumentation and controls department offers us an opportunity to answer the ongoing demand we have for specific services. We have a world leading reputation for delivering overhaul, repair, upgrade, modification, testing and supply of gas turbines, along with their fuel systems and accessories – and we will continue to build on that reputation as we move forward into 2018.”


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