Subsea services company Acteon has launched a new service offering to directly address the demands and changing conditions of the global oil and gas industry.
Acteon Field Life Service (FLS) offers a joined-up approach to the capex and opex challenges presently being experienced by the industry. By bringing together the specialist skills and technologies of Acteon's individual branded service companies, Acteon FLS will provide a broader and more flexible capability to address multi-faceted projects and customer-specific demands.(Read More)
OIS welcomed Jonathan Watt on board as Commercial and Business Development Manager in January 2016.
Jonathan is responsible for supporting the company’s growth ambitions in the decommissioning market and for developing joint opportunities with sister companies within the Acteon Group. He also manages all commercial and contractual aspects of OIS's projects.(Read More)
During a recent project in the North Sea, which involved the decommissioning of 10 wells for Centrica Energy and Antrim Energy, OIS recovered over £7,000 worth of scrap from the seabed. We are delighted that that this has been donated entirely to charity with the full support of our clients.(Read More)
Offshore Installation Services Ltd (OIS), an Acteon company, has named Colin Shellard as its new managing director. Based in Aberdeen, Shellard is responsible for setting the strategy at OIS, as the company continues to focus on new opportunities in the offshore decommissioning sector. He will also play a key role in developing opportunities for OIS to work together with other Acteon companies.(Read More)
Acteon companies Claxton and OIS improve decommissioning technology to deliver subsea well abandonment campaign
Claxton, an Acteon company, has improved the technological advantage of its Suspended Well Abandonment Tool (SWATTM) by developing an extension module. In turn, this enables Claxton and Acteon sister company, Offshore Installation Services Ltd (OIS), to set deeper environmental and intermediate barriers.(Read More)
Offshore Installation Services (OIS), an Acteon company, has been awarded a contract by Antrim Energy to decommission four subsea wells in the central North Sea. The offshore scope of the campaign, which also includes six wells from Centrica Energy, will include complete offshore and onshore project management, vessel charter, equipment and personnel.(Read More)
On 20 May 2015, Acteon companies Aquatic, Claxton, Mirage, OIS and UTEC hosted a knowledge sharing breakfast aimed at generating discussion and providing the audience with the inside track on field proven and upcoming approaches to decommissioning.(Read More)
Offshore Installation Services (OIS), an Acteon company, has been awarded a contract to decommission multiple wells in the North Sea by Centrica Energy. The initial campaign includes six subsea wells in the central North Sea, in categories 2.1 and 2.2, which will be abandoned using a diverless, vessel-based approach.
Offshore Installation Services Ltd (OIS), an Acteon company, has recently developed and launched a brand new website.
Designed together with a local design company, Design and Code, OIS has created a fresh and exciting up to date website. The new OIS website is engaging in terms of design and reflects OIS’s market leading position with a professional, modern look. The home page grabs and holds the user’s attention whilst also clearly presenting the products and services that OIS has to offer.(Read More)
OIS, an Acteon company, is proud to be co-sponsoring the first Indonesia Abandonment & Site Restoration Conference and Exhibition taking place in Bandung on 5-/ 6 June 2014. Tom Selwood, OIS Vice President – Commercial and Business Development, will be one of the key speakers at the event, presenting OIS’ rigless well abandonment capability as well as the decommissioning capabilities of the Acteon group as a whole.(Read More)