Aisus Strengthens Market Position with New Contracts

Stuart Lawson

Aberdeen-based Aisus Offshore has strengthened its global footprint following the award of 15 contracts and work scopes over the past three months.

Most recently, Aisus completed four J-Tube inspections on a platform located in the Mediterranean Sea.

Aisus has also completed internal caisson inspection projects in Norway and Denmark, utilizing its custom engineered Aquarius system to perform corrosion mapping over the entire internal surface of the caisson.

Stuart Lawson, managing director of Aisus Offshore, said: “Collectively, these contracts represent an exciting new phase for Aisus as we look to cement our position as one of the industry’s leading inspection specialists, both in the UK sector and overseas.

“Reliable and meaningful inspection data must be acquired in order to make comprehensive integrity assessments of offshore pipework and structures. Asset integrity continues to be a major priority for North Sea operators, and through our wide range of bespoke inspection services we will continue to support the industry to ensure safe and cost-effective operations across the UKCS and beyond,” Lawson added.

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