AnTech Ltd reports record product sales

AnTech Ltd, specialist product and service provider for the upstream oil and gas industry, has reported record results across its product division, with overall sales up by 52% during the last financial year.

Meeting the stringent standards of the oil and gas industry

As the industry continues to put safety standards at the forefront, the drive to ensure that every well, platform and pipeline operates safely is essential. Consequently, safety practices are improving and technologies continuing to evolve in response to market demand, particularly those that monitor permanent completions around-the-clock. AnTech specialises in product technologies that meet the industry’s stringent health, safety and environmental standards – including products that are fully ATEX and IECEx-certified for use in hazardous areas up to Zone 1, whilst meeting NACE and API 6A requirements.

Utilised in some of the most extreme environments around the globe, the majority of AnTech’s product sales are derived from its permanent monitoring and downhole tools product ranges, with the company seeing a significant growth in sales of wellhead outlets to Australia, USA and Europe. Continued high demand from the Middle East echoes AnTech’s commitment to the area, where it launched its Saudi Arabia premises earlier this year.

Fibre optic wellhead outlets

By focusing on providing the latest product solutions, AnTech now offers a range of world-first fire tested fibre optic wellhead outlets, certified for use in the most safety conscious oilfield environments in the world, including the North Sea.

Managing Director of AnTech, Toni Miszewski gives an insight into the success of their product range: “These excellent results bear testament to our design capability, focus on product quality and customer support. We continue to work closely with the major service companies and our relationship with them is such that AnTech is now provider of choice for both standard tools and bespoke solutions. That is undoubtedly a crucial component in our success. He says: “By strengthening the relationships we have with our clients and by building our technical understanding of their requirements, we are working hard to offer a responsive service unlike any other in this field.”

 

Adapted from press release by Cecilia Rehn

Published on 18/06/2015


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