Atlantic Offshore Rescue Secures Support for Oil Companies in UK North Sea

By Curious

The based in Aberdeen aid ship operator Atlantic Offshore Rescue has provided contracts in the last weeks within the biggest oil firms worth a combined £12million.
The fleet is going to secure support in the UK North Sea for Shell, Nexen, Hess and Talisman Energy (UK) Limited. The Aberdeen's company has been in operation since 1995 and is managing a fleet of 9 emergency response and rescue ships (ERRVs) and 4 platform supply ships (PSVs) out of Aberdeen.
The managing director of the fleet management company - Atlantic Offshore, John Bryce told they enjoy a long-standing working attitudes with Shell and they are rejoiced that they have contracted their fleet once again. In addition to Hess and Nexen, that are returning clients, they are really satisfied to have provided a contract with new client Talisman and they will look forward to demonstrating their safety standards on the board while building strong attitudes with those international firms.
Atlantic Offshore Rescue have invested severely into their fleet and personnel training and they are devoted to continuing to do so. All of their 9 ERRVs are currently fully utilised and thei expect enlarging the fleet with more ships in the near future to meet client demands.
The company is part of the Atlantic Offshore Group that is situated in Norway. Atlantic Offshore employs more than 300 people (approximately 330 sailors and 20 people personnel that are office-based) and also secures multi-role offshore and emergency rescue and response fleet for lots of the oil biggest operating in the North Sea companies. The company’s target is to continue to enlarge its standby and emergency response possibilities with both the Norwegian and British sector of the North Sea and to have the opportunity to secure cross-border solutions reflecting the needs of its client demands.