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$150M investment to build global business focused on subsea integrity


Published May 5, 2015
UIS_Group - Neill Kelly - Bill Boyle - Guido Bressani - Mark Webster

A new subsea company is being launched at OTC in Houston (4/05/15). Underwater Integrity Solutions (UIS), headquartered in Houston, is an independent company focused on underwater integrity, production assurance and life extension for subsea fields.

HitecVision, the leading European private equity oil and gas investor, has committed $150 million of equity to finance the build-up of the company. UIS has been established by five well-known subsea industry leaders with over 140 years’ combined global experience. UIS will acquire businesses, and form strategic partnerships, to build an independent and global company solely focused on integrity and production assurance with the aim of maximising the Operators’ financial return on their subsea assets over their operational life.

Bill Boyle, Chief Executive Officer of UIS: “UIS is launching at a time when the trend for operations in deeper water and in more hostile environments is continuing. There are about 5,000 operational subsea wells around the world with almost 7,000 predicted by 2020. Subsea global annual operating expenditure is currently around $10 billion and expected to grow strongly over the course of the next few years. Today, there is a need to significantly reduce subsea operating costs and increase efficiency and hence value from subsea fields. Against that background, the UIS vision is to become a leading provider of independent underwater integrity and production assurance solutions. Our independence, global presence and sole focus on subsea integrity and assurance will be our competitive edge, differentiating UIS from what is currently being offered in the marketplace.”

Tags: OTC 2015, Underwater Integrity Solutions




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