Enpro Subsea & Kosmos Energy commit to subsea 'smart standardization' in Gulf of Mexico

FAM modules awaiting delivery

Enpro Subsea expands strategic team in Americas

Francesco Santoro

Hal J. Goldie appointed to board of Enpro Subsea

Hal Goldie

First Oil for LLOG from Crown and Anchor field in Gulf of Mexico represents a major milestone for Enpro Subsea

Enpro's FAM modules awaiting subsea deployment in Gulf of Mexico

Enpro Subsea achieves global growth objectives

Enpro's FAM modules awaiting subsea deployment in Gulf of Mexico

Production Optimisation & Smart Standardisation at OTC 2018

DOF Subsea and Enpro Subsea agree partnership for independent and integrated flow intervention services

Production Optimisation & Smart Standardisation at the Offshore Well Intervention Conference 2018

Private equity injection to boost growth at Enpro Subsea

Enpro Subsea at Deepwater Operations Conference 2017

Enpro Subsea receives Gold Award for innovation

Craig McDonald, Sales Director and Tom Bryce, Marketing Director receiving the Innovation Award for their Flow Access Module (FAM) technology on behalf of Enpro Subsea.

Enpro Subsea at SPE Offshore Europe 2017

Enpro Subsea at DIF 2017

ESSI InnovOil article

Enpro supports operator to achieve record time for first oil

Enpro Subsea at OWI 2017

Enpro Subsea named Great Small Company at Offshore Achievement Awards

Sarah Cruddas, Neil Rogerson, Tom Bryce and Alan Johnstone (Wood Group)

Enpro Subsea at Subsea Tieback 2017

Enpro Subsea at Subsea Expo 2017

Enpro Subsea director celebrated for his Outstanding Contribution to the UK subsea sector

ENPRO Subsea's managing director Ian Donald has been recognised by his peers for his outstanding contribution to the sector at the prestigious Subsea UK Awards 2017.

Mr Donald was commended for his pioneering work, which has seen innovative solutions redefine key sections of the marketplace, during a black-tie dinner attended by around 600 industry leaders in Aberdeen last night (Thursday 2nd February 2017).

He was chosen to receive the accolade in light of his leadership, creativity and commitment to delivering results in both enhanced recovery and subsea decommissioning arenas.

Mr Donald has been instrumental in bringing a number of game-changing technologies to the subsea industry, including the MARS (Multiple Application Reinjection System), the ESSI Decom (Enhanced Subsea Sampling and Injection) system and the pioneering FAM (Flow Access Module) technology which is becoming a new industry standard for flexible subsea enhanced production intervention.

The panel also commended his engagement in the subsea and field development aspects of the offshore energy business over the past three decades, having fulfilled roles at board, executive, technical and project management level within operator, major service companies and SME environments with demonstrable success.

Ian Donald said,

This is truly an honour to be recognised by our peers, both for myself and the talented team at Enpro Subsea. Our team could not have achieved success without the openness of our clients to seek and adopt innovative solutions in all phases of subsea field life.

Mr Donald's achievement comes hot on the heels of the Aberdeenshire-based firm's announcement last month of a research and development grant from Scottish Enterprise.

The funding will see the company investing £1.5million to develop its ESSI flow assurance technology further to address emerging markets in deeper waters.

Enpro Subsea Drives Plan Forward with New £1.5m Project

Scottish Enterprise has revealed a new Subsea Engineering Action Plan with the aim of capturing an even bigger slice of the current £50 billion global subsea market. The news comes as Scottish Government Minister for Business, Innovation and Energy, Paul Wheelhouse, visits oil and gas firm, Enpro Subsea Ltd, to announce its new £1.5 million investment to support innovation, a key theme of the plan.

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ENPRO deliver first FLOW ACCESS MODULES (FAM) to Gulf Of Mexico

Decom Offshore attendance in Aberdeen

Enpro Subsea at Subsea Expo 2016

Enpro Subsea move headquarters

Due to continued growth, Enpro Subsea have relocated their headqauters to 16 Abercrombie Court, Westhill. Tom Bryce, Marketing Director said,

"We now have over 25 employees and these new premises will allow us to continue to grow to meet our customer ecpectations."

GE Oil & Gas and Enpro Subsea join forces to offer best-in-class fluid well intervention services to the global market

ABERDEEN ­ May 11, 2015 ­ GE Oil & Gas and Enpro Subsea today announced an agreement to jointly market and provide fluid intervention services that offer oil and gas operators a cost-effective way to improve production rates in producing wells.

The volume of hydrocarbons extracted from offshore fields with subsea wells is typically far lower than offshore fields with platform wells. One reason for this is the prohibitive cost of performing interventions on subsea wells. During well interventions, wells are 'cleaned' on the inside, which helps alleviate well production issues caused by scale and other conditions which develop over time.

The liquid Intervention offering that the GE Oil & Gas and Enpro Subsea partnership brings to market is a cost-effective way to deliver services such as scale removal, which can have a significant positive impact on well production rate.

The companies have signed a Memorandum of Understanding to jointly market, sell and operate technology and services related to fluid intervention. The non-exclusive partnership is already in operation in key strategic regions, including West Africa.

"The initial responses from customers are very encouraging; they value the combination of Enpro Subsea's best-in-class liquid intervention technology with GE's subsea equipment expertise and global footprint and capabilities" Nick Dunn, Global Leader, Subsea Services at GE Oil & Gas.

The partnership is a further example of GE Oil & Gas' drive to grow its 'life of field' service business by investing in technology R&D and value-adding collaborations.

Enpro Subsea's Integrated Subsea Sampling and Injection solution is a small, lightweight system that enables multiple well campaigns from a single vessel. The equipment can be operated subsea by an ROV which can be deployed at multiple injection locations.

"Enpro are very excited to be working with GE Oil & Gas in key strategic regions. Our combined expertise in subsea production optimization together with GE's extensive regional presence enables us to jointly provide and support world class liquid intervention products and services"Ian Donald, Managing Director of Enpro Subsea

About GE Oil & Gas
GE Oil & Gas is inventing the next industrial era in the oil and gas sector. In our labs and factories, and in the field, we constantly push the boundaries of technology to solve today's toughest operational & commercial challenges. We have the skills, knowledge and technical expertise to bring together the physical and digital worlds to fuel the future.

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About Enpro Subsea
Enpro Subsea are production optimization specialists, focused on delivering enhanced production through our patented ESSI (Enhanced Subsea Sampling & Injection) range of products. ESSI represents a flexible cost effective alternative for accessing hydrocarbon flow subsea to enable well control, scale squeeze, acid stimulation, fluid sampling and multiphase metering. The company is headquartered in Aberdeen in the UK.

Cansco Subsea rebranded as Enpro Subsea

With immediate effect, "Cansco Subsea" has been renamed as "Enpro Subsea".

This rebrand enables Enpro Subsea to position the company ahead of projected growth in our four key domains:

  • Subsea Liquid Intervention & Reservoir Stimulation
  • Decommissioning
  • Field Development Engineering
  • Project Management
"Despite the name change, there are no changes to our team or to our range of products and solutions. This is an exciting time for the company and we would like to take this opportunity to thank you for your continued support and we look forward to providing the same level of professionalism and customer service that we have demonstrated to date."Ian Donald, Managing Director

Cansco Subsea awarded Shell Brent Delta Attic Oil Recovery Test Program

Cansco Subsea have been requested by Shell UK to develop a decommissioning system to allow for the safe extraction of residual or 'attic' oil from the gravity base structure (GBS) structure on Brent Delta.

The scope will include the development of a narrow bore drilling and anchoring hub onto which dual isolation fluid sampling/monitoring & pumping assemblies are secured. Multiple samples will be taken from each cell or tank for analysis. The system will be designed to be deployed on multiple cell locations and transfer attic fluid to a single export tank.

Cansco Subsea at Subsea Tieback

Cansco Subsea acquire new headquarters in Aberdeen