Understanding is the bedrock of innovation. Through our lengthy experience within the oil and gas sector, Aquamarine has acquired not only unique operational know- ledge, but also valuable insights into our customers’ business objectives and the challenges they face in achieving them.

In terms of material technology, some of the biggest challenges relate to the wear and corrosion of subsea equipment.

We have committed ourselves to finding powerful new solutions to tackle these issues, working closely with clients, classification societies and research organisations to formulate the most effective tools and methodologies.

Our focus now, as it will be into the future, is to satisfy client demand and deliver new technology and service innovations that provide positive, tangible results in this niche area for global drilling and subsea businesses.

We are committed to this process of continual improvement, innovation and achieving quality in everything we do.

Aquamarine has undertaken scientific innovation programmes with a range of organisations and institutions, including SINTEF (Norway), NTNU (Norway), TWI (UK), VTT (Finland) and Tallinn Technical University (Estonia).

We are involved in a wide range of innovation initiatives:

  • Customer driven innovation
  • Innovative solutions
  • Product innovation
  • Process innovation
  • Material technology innovation