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United Kingdom

United Kingdom

Our centers across the United Kingdom offer a broad portfolio of solutions for production and transformation of oil and gas across our Onshore/Offshore, Subsea and Surface Technologies businesses.

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The United Kingdom (U.K.) is a key global location for TechnipFMC. Our Corporate headquarters is in London and we offer a comprehensive range of services from our operating locations across the country.

In Aberdeen – a worldwide hub for the energy industry – we provide a broad range of offerings. These include delivery of subsea projects, in which we have a global reputation for excellence and where we work with clients early to design and deliver efficient and integrated solutions.
We also offer subsea products, engineering and operations along with installation, commissioning and asset management of Subsea Production Systems (SPS) and equipment.

In addition, Aberdeen is home to the Fleet Management division which manages our global fleet of pipelay, diving and construction vessels and associated equipment. Our centers of excellence for diving and engineering research and development are also based in Aberdeen.

Our facility in Dunfermline is an engineering, manufacturing and supply chain hub for our Well Control products. It also designs and manufactures SPS and houses our engineering design and new product development center.

In Newcastle, we manufacture subsea umbilical products and in Chippenham, Wiltshire, we provide automation and control systems for downstream petrochemical terminals.

Other facilities across the U.K. include our Evanton spoolbase on the Cromarty Firth in Scotland, which fabricates and spools rigid pipes for vessels with reel-lay capability.

Our London-based Subsea front-end team specializes in integrated solutions for SPS and Subsea Umbilicals Risers and Flowlines (SURF) and our Project Management Consultancy (PMC) delivers challenging onshore, offshore and subsea projects to support client business objectives. 

Record Market-leading track record of successful project delivery

1988 Established in the U. K.

London Corporate headquarters of TechnipFMC

Capabilities

We offer a wide range of products and services that meet project needs and deliver excellence. Our services include the following:

  • Integrated Engineering, Production, Construction and Installation (iEPCI™)
  • Manufacturing
  • Assembly and test
  • Conceptual design and FEED
  • Engineering, procurement and construction
  • Installation, commissioning and start-up
  • Diving
  • Riserless Light Well Intervention (RLWI)
  • Project management
  • Process technologies
  • Subsea life-of-field services
  • Research and Development

Genesis

Genesis is a global market-leading engineering and advisory company, established for 30 years, with headquarters in London, and is a wholly owned subsidiary of TechnipFMC.

It has an unrivalled track record of bringing clear and dependable solutions to its clients, permitting them to make informed investment decisions to derive the maximum value from their projects.

Genesis adds value across the asset lifecycle using its expertise, experience, and proprietary tools and processes.

Find out more at:

www.genesisoilandgas.com

Process Technology

Our London office is also home to one of our Process Technology centers, a team of technologists and engineers providing services in ethylene, refining, gas processing and petrochemical markets.

They specialize in both revamp and grassroots projects, providing a range of offerings from concept and feasibility studies and basic engineering, to front-end engineering design (FEED) for a range of onshore projects.

Our core technology competency is in ethylene plant furnace and recovery section design and associated technologies. This is complemented by carbon capture and Hummingbird® ethanol-to-ethylene technologies and capabilities in refinery technology and design.

Career opportunities

Our people are the key to our success, to see our latest vacancies visit our careers site.

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