ENVIRONMENTAL solutions company, InPro Systems Limited, has recently announced a joint venture with Nature Group Plc.
The official initiation ceremony for the joint venture took place at InPro Systems offices in Aberdeen at the beginning of December and was witnessed by Fergus Ewing MSP, Scottish Minister for Energy, Enterprise & Tourism.
Aberdeen-based InPro Systems has established the joint venture with European company Nature Group Plc in order to support the operation of their Compact Treatment Units (CTUs) – an unique offshore waste processing solution.
Eric Anderson, general manager at Inpro, gave an account of his companies’ aspirations with the new venture: “In addition to the off-shore operations the joint venture will also build and operate a new mud slops processing plant in Peterhead to serve the oil and gas market with environmental-friendly water processing.
“With reliable offshore and onshore processing capacity, we are convinced that we can deliver to the market more efficient logistics, a reduction in processing costs and a far smaller environmental impact than the conventional industry methods of waste treatment for the oil and gas industries.”
The processing plant will also be the new training centre for offshore operators of the compact treatment units bound for oil and gas installations in the North Sea with a proposed opening in July 2013.
Commenting on the joint venture between the two companies, InPro chair and CEO, Danny Donald, said: “We have been keen on this market opportunity for quite some time and we are very satisfied that both partners found each other and will work together in bringing Nature’s new technologies to the UK market.”
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