Telecoms networks company Nessco Group of Scotland reports that it has almost doubled its turnover from £16.8m to £33.1m, for the year ending April 2012.
During the year, the company secured two new contracts worth a total of £7 million in Iraq.
The first project will support a new offshore manifold and metering platform in Basra. Nessco is providing a full range of telecoms systems to keep the platform fully connected from satellite and meteorological systems to CCTV, telephone and radio technology.
The second project is for a large development at the Majnoon oilfield, with the first stage including voice and data systems, internet, security and meteorological technology.
The systems are being built by a team of engineers at Nessco Group’s headquarters in Westhill, Aberdeenshire.
(Source: Finding Petroleum)