We offer services encompassing conceptual solutions through detailed design and construction to final offshore and onshore commissioning. Everything that we do is underpinned by hard won operational experience, gained through more than 40 years in the industry.
Archer has the experience, depth of expertise and capacity to handle projects of any size, at any stage in the operational lifecycle. With a full suite of engineering, procurement and management capabilities, Archer sets the engineering procurement construction (EPC) standard in drilling facility development, maintenance and operational support.
Archer Integrated Asset Management Services complement our broad expertise with a full range of: inspection; reliability and integrity management services; maintenance management; and Asset Management System support, that enable facility performance improvement. Individually, or as a part of an integrated asset performance improvement program, our Integrated Asset Management services deliver a competitive advantage to our clients.
As an oilfield services company with a 40 year heritage, we have a great deal of relevant industry experience and accumulated practical knowledge to guide our engineering services. Not only does that make us extremely end-user focused, it helps ensure our solutions are truly integrated, cost effective and fit for purpose. With multidisciplinary teams that have faced and overcome all manner of challenges in every kind of operating condition, you’ll find we always provide straightforward solutions to unique problems.
Archer Engineering combines operational experience through engineering excellence.
- Drilling Facility Engineering & Modification
- Multi Discipline Engineering, Green and Brownfield
- Rig Reactivation
- Concept, Studies, Surveys, FEED & Detail Engineering
- Construction Supervision
- Installation, Commissioning, Coordination
- Inspection and Rope Access
- Fixed platforms
- Floating Units
- Modular Drilling Rigs
Project Management & Execution
A large number of oil and gas assets are coming to the end of their designed life expectancy and need to be decommissioned safely, securely and cost effectively.