New Offshore Jobs at Acteon

New Offshore Jobs at Acteon

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Acteon produces and explores Crude Oil and Natural Gas. It delivers subsea services to support operators, contractors, and drillers. Its field life service team provides Acteon products and technologies in partnership with customers and other partners, through common and innovative business models.

Acteon provides moorings, maritime devices, stream lines, underwater risers and conductors for shallow & deep-water installations. The Acteon Group is active throughout the globe. Its is well known in all massive offshore Oil and Gas capitals and is engaged in the development of most of the top exploration and manufacturing arenas around the world. Following are some facts about the company:


Headquarters: Norwich, United Kingdom

Annual Revenue: 31 Billion Pounds

Number Of Employees: about 2000

Founded: 1969



  • In 2004, Acteon purchased Technip Offshore Moorings, Inc.’s business and resources to create a new corporation, InterMoor Inc.
  • In 2006, Acteon acquired Trident Offshore Inc. and Aquatic Engineering and Construction Ltd.
  • In 2007, Acteon initiated the purchase of three businesses in the Craig Association: International Mooring Systems Ltd, Seatronics Ltd, and Chain Corporation International Ltd. TEAM Energy Resources Ltd was integrated in the same year with the Acteon services support.
  • In 2008, Acteon purchased the Singapore-based CAPE Group and 80% of the Brazilian mooring and anchoring gear experts Fluke Engenharia Ltda.
  • In June 2011, Acteon collected the offshore analysis and positioning specialist NCS Survey Ltd.
  • In 2010, Despite a global decline in activity levels following the Deepwater Horizon oil spill, the Acteon Group posted accounts showing revenue growth of 8 percent and profit growth of £ 32.13 million to £ 36.24 million.
  • The company operates from the largest offshore Oil and Gas centers in the world and are active in many mining and processing fields of ventures.
  • In 2012, Acteon Group declared a change of holding; Kohlberg Kravis Roberts ‘ management team acquired the majority interest of the group.






To comply with any international test protocol, including NACE, DNV and JCS, ambient or cold-water Anode testing is provided by Acteon. Galvanic efficiency and capability are also available for testing. Anode can be simulated in Acteon’s laboratory under different operating conditions.



Acteon’s Seatronics offer its customers with testing facilities, pre-or post-mobilization repairs, system repair, and continuous third-party resource assistance for asset management. Customers have immediate access to the details of resources, statements, generated revenue, corrections and certificates of calibration. Global calibration laboratories of Seatronics work to accredit traceable global operation.



Bandsaws are for casing and tubing support, well abandonment and slot improvement operations offshore where real estate is not prepared. If there is a need for an integrated solution on larger projects, bandsaws can be paired with well-decommissioning system kits that include multiple options for cutting, casing, and tubing.



CIS uses lightweight, slimline, zone – I cold-cutting tools to enable work on platforms that produce wells. In hazardous environments, air-driven cutting machines are suitable for use. A lightweight sectional design means that the devices can be conveniently mounted around the case and can also be easily adjusted to slice at a variety of heights. Furthermore, cold cutting is classified as cold work, so no hot work permit is required.





Acteon probes assemble a full range of tailor-made adapter spools and crossovers to hook up all sizes of flanged and hubbed API items. It offers cover, all from the smallest API-6A flanges and hubs (1.13/16 “10,000) to the largest in use (18.3/4” 15,000).



Case hangers attach tools to protect the casing head and the casing string when reduced into the well. The tubing hangers are load-bearing devices installed in the top bowl of the tubing head running over the blowout preventer.



During spudding, misalignment between drilled holes and platform guides, may contribute to functional issues while operating drivers and binding back wells. This disparity in horizontal orientation can also improve the conducers’ exhaustion as well as lead to poor cementing. All these factors impact the well’s survival in the future.


Countries of Operation:


With over 2000 employees, Acteon operates from 104 locations in 22 countries (including the United Kingdom). Some of these countries are:

  • Angola
  • Nigeria
  • China
  • Egypt
  • Indonesia
  • Malaysia
  • Qatar
  • Australia
  • France
  • Germany
  • Norway
  • UK
  • Canada
  • Mexico
  • USA &
  • Brazil


List of companies owned by Acteon:


Following companies are owned and operated by Acteon.


  • 2H Offshore
  • Aquatic
  • Clarus
  • Claxton
  • Interact
  • Intermoor
  • LM Handling
  • Menck
  • Seatronics
  • UTEC
  • Benthic
  • CIS
  • Core Services
  • Deepwater
  • J2 subsea
  • LDD
  • Probe Oil
  • Puls
  • Team energy &
  • Terrasond