Tuesday 17 December 2019
Subsea services firm N-Sea has increased its Middle East workforce on the back of a clutch of new order wins. N-Sea, which has bases in Aberdeen and Dyce, has won contracts totaling around GBP 12 million for projects including pipeline decommissioning in Egypt and Abu Dhabi.
The company has also started work on two civil engineering jobs. The first will be to carry out site investigations for a port and industrial zone developer in Abu Dhabi; the second is to work on jetty repairs in Sharjah.
To support the increased workload, N-Sea has increased its Dubai-based personnel from two employees to 10.
Through 2020, N-Sea will roll out full survey capabilities in the region, diversify into a neighboring Gulf Cooperation Council country and move survey, diving and ROV assets.
N-Sea specializes in subsea services for the renewable, oil and gas and telecom/utilities industries, as well as for civil contractors. The business was originally founded in 1933 as a shipping company with operations in the south-western part of the Netherlands.