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Aqualis sets up Australian office  

Aqualis Offshore has set up an office in Perth, Western Australia, to support oil and gas developments in the Australasia region. 

According to the marine and offshore engineering consultancy specialist, the Australian office will offer all of the company’s current services. 

Simon Healy has been appointed as general manager for the Australian operation. He will report to Phil Lenox, director – Asia Pacific at Aqualis Offshore Singapore

David Wells, ceo of Aqualis Offshore, said: “We have supported important projects offshore Australia in recent years and believe it represents a market with good potential. There seems to be an increasing confidence in growth in offshore activity here, so we feel the time is right to set up a dedicated office in Australia.” 

 

www.aqualisoffshore.com

 

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