Well-Centric invests in Dyce base

OE Staff
Wednesday, June 1, 2016

Wellhead servicing specialist Well-Centric is investing £300,000 in a significant expansion of its workshop facilities in Dyce, Aberdeen.

The upgrade of the Dyce workshop will provide additional capacity and allows Well-Centric to offer its maintenance, repair and testing services on a wider range of oilfield equipment.

As well as expertise in repair and refurbishment of wellhead and Xmas tree assemblies, Well-Centric has extensive knowledge and experience of servicing a complete range of workover and intervention related equipment.

With 30,000sq ft of workshop space, 8000sq ft of external yard, and a new 16-tonne overhead crane, the new facility is equipped to handle large items, a wide variety of oil and gas related equipment, and high workloads during busy periods.

Categories: Maintenance North Sea Europe Workover

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