Well-Secure Solutions declared it would be shifting headquarters, following a benchmark contract success and acquisition of its primary asset.
The decommissioning firm, formed in 2017, has invested several million in the HQ building at C4 Gateway Enterprise Park, Cove, Aberdeen, having already abandoned its existing workplaces at Hill of Rubislaw.
Established to offer a unique Tier 1 well abandonment service, Well-Secure Solutions is on-track to ship its pretentious plans, having won a semisubmersible drilling rig – the Well-Secure Guardian and been bestowed a contract to decommission as much as twenty-one wells on Schooner and Ketch fields in the UKCS, run by DNO North Sea Limited.
Graeme Murray, Legal & Commercial Director at Well-Secure commented: “This has been a thrilling journey and we are now able to take the further step in the direction of growing the business. We’re delighted to have discovered a perfect building that may give our employees an amazing working atmosphere. It additionally will give us quick access to our Dundee marine front, and with the new bypass, will make it a lot simpler for all our employees to travel to and from the positioning.”
The power has the potential to accommodate over 200 individuals over two floors, with Nicely-Protected initially taking over the top floor with the choice to develop downstairs giving enough capacity to house continued development over the subsequent five years.
Murray added: “This vital funding demonstrates the corporate’s wish to become a world leader within the properly decommissioning area.”
The corporate is aiming at future contract awards and is in the ultimate process of choosing a number of assets that it’ll buy to boost its full well plug and abandonment package deal.