Enpro Subsea win top small company prize in offshore awards: Churchill Drilling scoop Scottish exports award

From left: Enpro Subsea’s Neil Rogerson, Tom Bryce and Alan Johnstone collect their award.
From left: Enpro Subsea’s Neil Rogerson, Tom Bryce and Alan Johnstone collect their award.

Subsesa intervention specialist firm Enpro Subsea has been named as Great Small Company 2017 by the Aberdeen branch of the Society of Petroleum Engineers.

The production optimisation company – which has 25 staff – received the award for its performance in the offshore energy sector, and in particular, for its steady and consistent growth during one of the most challenging economic climates in decades for oil and gas businesses.

Enpro Subsea was established in 2011 with its founding members having worked together for more than two decades through various business entities.

Ian Donald, John Reid, Steve Robb and Tom Bryce have been instrumental in bringing several game-changing technologies to the subsea industry, including the ESSI Decommissioning system and the pioneering FAM (Flow Access Module) technology which is becoming a new industry standard for flexible subsea enhanced production intervention.

Cable-maker JDR, won the Great Large Company and Export Achievement Awards.

Meanwhile, oilfield services company Churchill Drilling Tools has won the high-growth markets exporter of the year category at the 2017 HSBC Scottish Export Awards.

The award specifically recognises export achievement in high growth markets of interest to Scottish domiciled businesses including the Middle East and South Asia – with success measured in terms of growth in sales and market penetration.


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