MHWirth

  • September 13, 2014
  • 00:43

MHWirth is a leading global provider of first-class drilling solutions and services designed to offer its customers with the safer, more efficient and reliable alternative. The company vision is centered on a commitment to quality and economic advantages to its customers and stakeholders.

MHWirth

With a legacy founded more than a century ago, MHWirth has transformed into a new brand reflective of the company strategy and ambitions. The company’s reputation is preserved through a combination of values, people and innovative technologies, proven by a strong track record and customer success stories.

MHWirth has a global span covering five continents with offices in more than 20 countries. Drawing upon global market experience, the company continues to seize opportunities through the established regional presence in the Americas, Europe, Asia and West Africa. The company has 3 005 employees. MHWirth had revenues of NOK 6.7 billion and a negative EBITDA of NOK 176 million in 2015.

The portfolio of products and services includes: a complete range of topside products; single equipment and integrated solutions; full system integration and commissioning capabilities; complete drilling riser systems; integrated managed pressure drilling and riser gas handling services; drilling lifecycle service hubs in Norway, Houston, Mobile in Alabama, Dubai, Baku, China, Singapore and Brazil; drilling riser manufacturing in Malaysia and Brazil; premium performance technology center in Stavanger, Norway; and 3D simulation and visualization.

MHWirth is the largest of the Akastor portfolio companies by revenues.

FAST FACTS
Country:

Norway

Geographical market:

International

Sector:

Oil and gas equipment and services

Employees:

3,005 (2015)

Operating revenue:

NOK 6.7 billion (2015)

EBITDA:

NOK (176) million (2015)

 

CONTACT
Headquarters:

MHWirth AS, Butangen 20, PO Box 413 Lundsiden, NO-4604 Kristiansand, Norway

Phone:

+47 38 05 70 00

Web page:

mhwirth.com

 

MANAGEMENT
CEO:

Finn Amund Norbye

Chairman:

Leif Hejø Borge