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Wood Group acquires BETA Machinery Analysis in $14.3 million deal

July 1, 2015
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Wood Group has acquired BETA Machinery Analysis, a Calgary-based engineering consultancy in advanced vibration analysis in a deal valued at US$14.3 million.
 
BETA’s expertise in advanced vibration, pulsation stress and dynamic analysis of piping systems and machinery during the design and production phases are key elements in integrity management and strengthen Wood Group’s capabilities.
 
These services can be applied to field troubleshooting, monitoring and inspection of both greenfield and brownfield assets throughout the upstream, midstream and downstream oil and gas market. BETA’s current focus is the topsides, utilities, refineries and facilities (TURF) sector.
 
BETA employs approximately 100 personnel across their Canada, U.S., China and Malaysia locations and will continue to be led by its existing management team under Russ Barss, BETA president.
 
With 48 years in the industry, BETA’s service offering is highly complementary to Wood Group Kenny, as well as Wood Group PSN and Wood Group Mustang, with its services easily transferrable to the subsea umbilicals, risers and flowlines (SURF) sector.
 
Source: ScandOil

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