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Aberdeen firm Senergy expands into Dubai

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Image caption Senergy now employs more than 550 people at bases worldwide

Energy services company Senergy has expanded its operations into Dubai and increased office capacity at its base in Aberdeen.

The firm said it had recruited 30 new employees in Dubai and anticipated creating a further 20 jobs over the next six months.

Senergy offers integrated project and asset development services across the energy industry.

The company's move into Dubai builds on its presence in the Middle East.

It is Senergy's second office in the United Arab Emirates, having already set up in Abu Dhabi.

In Aberdeen, staff from some of the company's smaller offices in the city have relocated to new premises in Queen's Terrace.

Chief executive James McCallum said: "By expanding into Dubai, we are consolidating our position in the Middle East and enhancing our ability to deliver our specialist integrated services and technical expertise to customers around the world."

Established in 2005, Senergy now employs more than 550 people at bases worldwide, including the UK, Norway, the Middle East, Australia, South East Asia and the Americas.

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