Specialist engineering consultancy AS Mosley is aiming to develop new links with energy industry businesses around the world at the Offshore Technology Conference (OTC) this spring.

The company, which is based in the Aberdeenshire village of Oyne, will have a presence on the Scotland Pavilion which will be hosted by Scottish Development International while the event runs in Houston’s NRG Centre from Monday, May 1 to Thursday, May 4.

In 2016, OTC attracted 2,600 oil and gas exhibitors and 68,000 delegates from 120 countries around the world.

Andrew Mosley, managing director of AS Mosley, is looking forward to attending the event and making new contacts with those working in the global energy industry.

He said: “The Offshore Technology Conference is one of the biggest energy industry events of the year and we are keen to raise our profile to delegates and make them aware of what we can offer.

“We believe that our bespoke services, skills and experience will be of great interest to many companies who are looking to extend the life of their assets and maximize production in oil fields around the world.

“We’re delighted to be supported by Scottish Development International and are keen to make the most of this opportunity to develop new links across the global energy industry.”

Founded in 1997, AS Mosley provides high-end, bespoke engineering analysis and design services to operators, manufacturers and service organizations worldwide.

It specializes in designing and performing structural strength and fatigue assessment of subsea exploration and production equipment subjected to complex loading including static, dynamic, thermal, hydrodynamics and vortex induced vibrations.

With a range of engineering capabilities including global riser analysis, well integrity, conductor assessment and lightweight intervention, the company is committed to the safe operation of subsea oil and gas assets in the most challenging of environments.

The OTC 2017 Scotland Pavilion brochure is available here

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