M² Subsea to Continue Hiring Spree After Opening New Office in Aberdeen

M² Subsea CEO Mike Arnold

Subsea services business M² Subsea has opened its new office in Aberdeen and created 30 jobs. The company expects to create an additional 150 jobs by the end of the year. 

The fledgling subsea business, which secured private equity investment towards the end of 2016, has moved people and equipment into headquarter premises in Arnhall Business Park at Westhill in Aberdeenshire.

The independent provider of ROV services has been recruiting onshore commercial and operational personnel, taking possession of 27 remotely operated vehicles (ROVs) and mobilizing 10 of them onto a diverse fleet of subsea vessels.

According to its statement on Wednesday, the company, which is also based in Houston, expects to create 50 onshore and 100 offshore jobs by the end of the year. Around 30 people have joined the management team in the UK and the US with more expected to be recruited as imminent contracts are signed.

The company said its aim is to become a leader in remote intervention services in 18 months by offering cost-effective services including survey, engineering, inspection, repair and maintenance, project management and execution and supply of personnel to the oil and gas, renewables and decommissioning markets.

Mike Arnold, CEO of M² Subsea, said: “The time is absolutely right for a new ROV services provider with a fresh approach that can, through experience, expertise, the correct asset base and lean management, dramatically reduce both cost and risk whilst continuing to provide a professional and quality service. Key to this will be our collaboration with vessel owners and operators, helping them to maximise utilization of vessels and offering competitive solutions to meet our clients’ demands.”

M² Subsea was set up in early 2016 but the investment, which allowed the business to acquire a fleet of assets, has provided the foundation on which to build a global business.

“It’s all about recalibration,” Arnold stated. “The current oil price is here to stay for a considerable period so the focus is on getting costs down. We’ve been able to get best-in-class assets at the right price and an overhead appropriate for the current market. Our people have the knowledge, experience and commitment required to shape a fresh approach to the market and I firmly believe it’s this mind-set that will set us apart from other companies.

“We will provide greater savings through ultra-efficient operational scheduling and smart, innovative thinking rather than just cutting costs here and there which simply leads to loss of value, margins and ultimately jobs, not to mention increased risk.”

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