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ALERON LTD BROADENS HORIZONS WITH NORTH AFRICA CONTRACTS ANNOUNCEMENT


Aberdeenshire based ROV solutions provider, Aleron Ltd has boosted its international credentials, with the announcement of two contract wins in the North Africa region for its group companies, Aleron Subsea Ltd and ROVQUIP Ltd.


Supplying turnkey ROV solutions via Aleron Subsea (specialising in service, repair and upgrade of Work Class ROV systems) and ROVQUIP (producing specialist subsea tools), the group has recently completed the first of two projects for client, Oceana Subsea.


ENERGY IN EAST SETS ExAMPLE TO REST OF UK


The UK energy industry could learn a lot from the “forward thinking” east of England, industry leaders told the biggest energy event to be staged in the region.


Forward thinking, innovation and collaboration of different technologies – offshore and onshore oil & gas, renewables and nuclear - to speak with one over-arching energy voice was already happening in the east, setting an example to the often-polarised national industries, an audience of supply chain companies was told.


Different technologies denigrating others to promote themselves and served just to obstruct progress, the East of England Energy Group (EEEGR) SNS2017 was told.


National leaders representing offshore oil & gas, nuclear, renewables and onshore oil & gas from all corners of the UK shared the same stage to discuss Energy Transition in the East and beyond at the Norfolk Showground.


Ken Cronin, Chief Executive of UK Onshore Oil & Gas (UKOOG), congratulated EEEGR for gathering all national leaders on one stage – “something none of us have managed to achieve.”


More than 1100 delegates from across the UK and Europe attended the two-day event at the Norfolk Showground reinforcing the east of England’s position as an international centre of importance in the oil & gas, offshore wind, nuclear and the developing market for decommissioning.


p8 | www.sosmagazine.biz | April 2017


Utilising an Aleron Subsea Triton xL, supplied together with ROVQUIP’s new decommissioning multi-mode Cutting Tool, the Aleron Subsea ROV system is continuing to operate with Oceana on a subsea intervention project and will remain available for additional work in the Mediterranean.


Aleron Ltd Managing Director, Mike Bisset, commented, “Aleron Ltd’s business model is a perfect fit for Oceana Subsea, who are making great progress as an ROV operator. We have rented them highly capable assets, allowing them to add to their capability without deploying the level of resource required to acquire and maintain a wider range of ROV systems and tooling.


The ROVQUIP 30” TCT saw was re-designed to allow the option of a Diamond Wire to be installed, thus ensuring the successful cut of a composite of steel and concrete. Built and tested in just three weeks, the tool demonstrates the depth of engineering capability within ROVQUIP.


With ten overhauled Work Class ROV Systems currently available for sale or rental, Aleron Limited is successfully gaining global traction, with recentcontract wins in South East Asia, Norway, France and North Africa.


IT’S TIME FOR ACTION TO STIMULATE SNS GAS INDUSTRY


Gas industry supply chain companies across the East of England are invited to show interest in opportunities on the biggest new gas discovery in the southern North Sea (SNS) for almost 20 years.


Confirmation of the £435 million first phase of the Tolmount project – with a 20-year lifespan – is expected in the next two weeks with announcements of agreements.


Premier Oil is about to start front end engineering design (FEED) work, with first gas expected at the end of 2020.


Stuart Wheaton, Premier Oil’s Director & UK Business Unit Head, chose the stage of the East of England Energy Group’s (EEEGR) SNS2017 conference to announce how imminent the project is with the final investment decision (FID) expected early next year.


Tolmount, off the Yorkshire coast, is an “exciting” and major project for the region that could open up other discoveries in the southern North Sea.


He invited supply chain companies to contact the project to register their interest.


Believed to hold more than 500 billion cubic feet of gas, there is potential to take it to twice that size, Mr Wheaton told the conference at the Norfolk Showground.


Tolmount will be served by an unmanned platform with four initial wells and a new pipeline transporting gas to shore.


The first phase of Tolmount will cost £435 million. Premier bought its 50% stake in Tolmount from E.ON last year; Dana Petroleum holds the other 50%.


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