i-Tech Eyes Further Growth in Gulf of Mexico

i-Tech Services, a Subsea 7 company, has taken on 13 new people in Houston following a successful twelve months which saw the office secure a series of new contract awards in the Gulf of Mexico.

To meet client demand for its range of life-of-field services, the Gulf of Mexico team has grown by more than 25%.

Recent contracts included vessel charter renewals and the provision of custom engineering solutions for subsea flow assurance and inspection, repair and maintenance (IRM) workscopes.

Edward Galloway, regional director, Gulf of Mexico for i-Tech Services, said: “Despite the challenging market conditions, we enjoyed a really successful year in 2018 and expect to build on this success based on our growing capabilities and strong track record in the region.

“Key to winning these awards was i-Tech Services’ ability to provide clients with a complete turnkey solution that protects the integrity and optimises the performance of subsea infrastructure throughout the life of a field.

“To position ourselves for the future and help manage the increasing demand for our services, we have invested in growing the team and the development of new technology solutions to ensure we remain the go-to provider for all our clients’ life of field challenges.

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