Aquaterra Energy Ltd.
Aquaterra Energy is a provider of equipment and solutions to the global oil and gas industry. The company provides services across the seabed-to-surface value chain, and specializes in riser systems and design analysis, tools and products needed during the first days of a well’s operation, and components for offshore structures, including the Sea Swift platform, which provides a technologically superior and more cost-effective alternative for subsea wells in shallow waters. Many of Aquaterra Energy’s most popular tools and products are available on either a rental or purchase basis.
The company was founded in 2005, and has supported customers in the North Sea, South East Asia, the Caribbean and Australia. Aquaterra Energy is headquartered in Norwich, UK, and has additional offices in the U.K., Norway, Egypt and Australia.
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