Denholm Oilfield Services is an international service provider offering leading edge services principally to the oil and gas sector.
With operations in the UK, Caspian, Middle East and USA, Denholm Oilfield Services are strategically based to support our clients across the international oil and gas, and marine sectors.
We provide high quality, innovative, reliable solutions, delivered safely to a portfolio of long term international customers across industry sectors including oil and gas, marine, defence, petrochemical, renewables, utilities and distilleries.
Denholm Oilfield Services employ over 4,000 people and are proud of the specialist experience and skill of our workforce.
Denholm Oilfield Services started as a division of J. & J. Denholm, a family owned business with close to 150 years of experience operating in the marine and service industries. With over 40 years of operational experience in oil and gas, Denholm Oilfield Services now operates as a stand alone Group and has an annual turnover in excess of £170m.
Denholm MacNamee, a leading provider of innovative asset cleaning and decontamination solutions has reported a successful return to an important overseas market. In 2017, Inverurie-based Denholm MacNamee unveiled significant investment in the purchase of an external heat exchanger cleaner (shell side) and associated equipment which was quickly deployed to work on its first project in Kazakhstan, at the request of sister company Denholm Zholdas. Such was the success of this technology on its first deployment that the company recently returned for the second time to carry out further scopes during an annual turnaround at a large refinery in the west of the country. [more]Read the full story
We are pleased to confirm that we have renewed our sponsorship of Glasgow Warriors. The company has been a kit sponsor of Glasgow Warriors since 2014 and has now renewed its support for a further two years. The move will maintain the company's prominent visibility on the Warriors' home and alternate kit until at least May 2020. [more]Read the full story