Wilton awarded subsea commissions

Offshore staff

MIDDLESBROUGH, UK -- Wilton Engineering Services has won three new subsea contracts.

One is a design and build order for a pipe handling and coating system for used on an asset owned by a major SURF contractor.

The second is for large subsea protection structures for Dana Petroleum’s Medway development in the Dutch North Sea. These will be built at Wilton's Port Clarence Offshore Base quayside facility in Teesside, UK.

Another major subsea contractor based in Aberdeen has contracted Wilton for specialist pipelay equipment.


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