Aquaterra Energy

OE Staff
Friday, October 12, 2012

Aquaterra Energy opened an office in Aberdeen last month. The company’s team there, working on drilling riser systems, offshore platforms, subsea templates and the like, is headed by GM Eric Doyle who commented: ‘We are developing the expertise to provide high value engineering and technical support at a local level. This is backed up by the infrastructure and long-term established engineering team in Norwich and Cambridge.’

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