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Petrofac


Petrofac is to acquire KW, the provider of pipeline engineering services with 56 staff in Woking and Aberdeen, for undisclosed terms.
16-Feb-2012


Petrofac is to create about 100 offshore jobs at its Aberdeen-based energy services business over the next five years, having won contracts worth £30m from GDF Suez.
01-Sep-2011


Petrofac is to invest up to £33m in Gateway Storage's plan to develop a £1bn gas storage network in salt caverns off the coast of Barrow by 2016.
07-Dec-2010


Petrofac has won a £500m contract from Total to build a gas processing plant at Sullom Voe, which will require up to 1,000 workers.
28-Oct-2010


Petrofac has acquired TNEI Services, the energy consultancy with 50 staff in Newcastle and Manchester, for £7.5m.
14-Jun-2010


Petrofac has acquired CO2DeepStore, the Aberdeen-based carbon dioxide capture and storage company.
28-Apr-2010


Petrofac has acquired Stephen Gillespie Consultants, the Grangemouth-based engineering consultancy with almost 40 staff, for up to £3.5m.
06-Apr-2010


Petrofac has acquired Caltec, the Cranfield-based oil production technology firm with 18 staff, for an initial £15m.
01-Sep-2008


Petrofac has acquired Eclipse Petroleum Technology, the petroleum engineering firm with 50 staff in Aberdeen, London, Norway, Dubai and the US, for an initial £7m.
28-Jul-2008


Petrofac Brownfield of Aberdeen is looking to recruit up to 70 new staff for its UK North Sea operations, taking the total workforce to 750.
04-Mar-2008


Petrofac has acquired a 51% stake in SPD Group, the oil well services company with 70 staff in Aberdeen and Dubai, for £3.5m.
17-Jan-2007


Petrofac has acquired PPS Group, the oil industry training company, for up to £2m, which will involve the transfer of 40 staff.
04-May-2006


Petrofac has bought the Scottish operations of Petroleum Geo Services from its Norwegian parent for £32m, which should secure the future of 2,000 staff in Scotland.
14-Oct-2002