Acteon Group Launches Acteon Field Life Service LondonFebruary 2016 Subsea services company Acteon has launched a new service offering to directly address the demands and changing conditions of the global oil and gas industry. Acteon Field Life Service (FLS) offers a “joined-up” approach to the capex and opex challenges presently being experienced by the industry. By bringing together the specialist skills and technologies of Acteon’s individual branded service companies, Acteon FLS will provide a broader and more flexible capability to address multi-faceted projects and customer-specific demands. “Our industry, like many others that have already been transformed, requires radical change with the adoption of new operational and commercial models. There is a clear need for standardisation and repeatability driven by ‘fit for purpose’ specification, skilled resource sharing, informed condition maintenance management and efficient asset utilisation. Acteon FLS is a step down this road,” said Acteon FLS President Paul Alcock. With a dedicated and highly experienced team, Acteon FLS will be agile and work either to the individual needs of a project or to longer-term partnership arrangements with a client. “Combining the individual strengths and ‘deep domain’ knowledge of our businesses, Acteon FLS can focus on a client’s desired performance outcome, demonstrating the value a co-ordinated independent subsea service company can bring,” said Alcock. Learn more at www.acteonfls.com Share this page Share on FacebookShare on LinkedinShare on TwitterShare on Google+ Return to news list News 2H Offshore Launches Wellhead Fatigue Joint Industry Project 2H Offshore Celebrates 25 Years Rising to the Challenge Acteon Strengthens Moorings Offering with Viking Seatech Group Acquisition 2H Offshore Appoints Christian Wiebe as Flexible Riser Expert in Perth 2H Offshore Launches Joint Industry Project to Drive Intelligent Efficiencies Get the latest riser insights!Receive our riser news, published papers and blog posts in your inbox monthly.