Aker Qserv opens facility in Equatorial Guinea

Aker Qserv is launching a new purpose-built facility in Malabo, Equatorial Guinea to complement its existing operation in Ghana and capitalize on the growing opportunities throughout the region.

Offshore staff

ABERDEEN, UK – Aker Qserv is launching a new purpose-built facility in Malabo, Equatorial Guinea to complement its existing operation in Ghana and capitalize on the growing opportunities throughout the region.

The 5,000 sq m site, which includes a 500 sq m workshop, will open July 17, will employ up to 20 people from both the UK and indigenous workforce, and will be led by Doug Gordon, coiled tubing and pumping manager for Africa and Europe.

The base will provide the full range of Aker Qserv services including slickline, coiled tubing and pumping services, nitrogen services, process and pipeline services and include space to store and maintain the fleet of equipment already based in Equatorial Guinea.

07/14/2011

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