Ardyne Boosts Team

Aberdeen, Scotland, Tuesday 14th March 2017 Ardyne 1 St. Swithin Row Aberdeen AB10 6DL United Kingdom Picture by Michal Wachucik / Abermedia

Ardyne, provider of specialised plug and abandonment and slot recovery technology and services to the energy industry, has made two new appointments in its technical support division.

Duncan Livingstone and David Stewart both come to Ardyne from Schlumberger, and have a combined experience of more than 70 years working in the global oil and gas industry.

Livingstone and Stewart will be working out of Ardyne’s offices in Aberdeen and Stavanger, and will be part of a team of field engineers servicing the company’s international operations, as well as a R&D team developing new technologies and equipment modifications for specific operational needs.

Alan Fairweather, chief executive officer, Ardyne said: “We have an ambitious growth plan already in motion and we are absolutely delighted to welcome Duncan and David to Ardyne. Their appointment solidifies Ardyne as a company that is bringing new technology, combined with robust thinking and risk minimising for our clients, to market.

“Together, we will deliver on our promise to bring our customers the new technology and service approach they need to optimise operations, cut costs, reclaim rig time and unlock the long-term value of brownfield resources.”

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