Infinity announce Stephen Hamilton as a Partner of the company and green-light the expansion of the business. In-line with their 10-year growth plan, Infinity have now entered the strategically important London energy market, which will operate as a hub for engineering support to the international arena.
This will also strengthen the Aberdeen technical offering available to the North Sea client base.
The expansion has resulted in increased headcount and capabilities for Infinity in both regions, with additional growth expected in the coming months.
Infinity have developed a series of smart engineering solutions which deliver specific end goals such as cost savings, production optimisation and lowering of carbon emissions. To do this the Infinity approach each challenge with a Systems Engineering mindset working alongside clients to achieve pre-defined targets.
Infinity’s Systems Engineering approach, entails the various technical teams that work on a development project or operating asset collaborating as a single unit. Infinity bring a ready-made Systems wide team to the client to achieve this. This includes subsurface, wells, subsea, flow assurance, production chemistry, materials/corrosion, operations and facility engineering expertise.
Focusing from the near wellbore to topsides processing facilities, the system is then evaluated as a single entity to realise genuine efficiencies and meet economic targets. Design time can be substantially reduced and optimisations identified to support lower OPEX and environmental footprint.
Following his appointment as Regional Director to lead the London office for Infinity, Stephen Hamilton said:
“As a truly independent consultancy, my aim is to have Infinity bring a complete Systems Engineering approach to developing new fields and maximising production in fields already online that encompasses the reservoir all the way through to the point of sale. At the core of this is Infinity’s existing expertise in field development, flow assurance and subsea engineering / operations. To this mix, I will add my 30 years of experience working for small, medium and major operators and service companies across their subsurface, facilities and operations teams to challenge, innovate and minimise the environmental impact of any operations Infinity work on. “
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