Aberdeen-headquartered EXCEED Energy, a well management and performance improvement specialist, has underlined its continued global expansion with a number of significant contract wins, prompting a key appointment and a move into new premises on Rubislaw Terrace, Aberdeen.
Recent contract wins totalling over £18 million will see EXCEED deliver full well management services offshore The Gambia for a southern hemisphere-based exploration company and a drilling campaign offshore Ghana for a Norwegian operator.
Head of Well Management, Al Brockie comments: "Both awards further illustrate the success of EXCEED's drive to strengthen and diversify our international profile.
"Our increased experience and supply chain capability in regions such as West Africa, together with our proven track record and continued investment in our organisation, reflect why our clients continue to trust us with their well management requirements."
In line with the recent growth, EXCEED has appointed business development manager, Iain Scott, who joins the leadership team from Schlumberger where he was latterly a global account manager. Iain will play a pivotal role in the next development stage of the building on the international success.
EXCEED will also move into new additional office space this month, to accommodate up to 60 Aberdeen-based staff who provide global support for over 140 project personnel. The new state-of-the-art headquarters boasts video conference-ready meeting rooms, dedicated meeting space for client project teams plus communal recreational areas.
Fiona van der Vossen, Legal Counsel at EXCEED Energy said: “As a business we are extremely proud of the expertise and competence our team brings to a project; whether that is through our complete well management or performance improvement services. Our new office space will provide an optimum working environment for our growing team, who are central to our continued success.”Back to News