Who We Are | EAB Engineering

Who We Are

We are EAB Engineering

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EAB Engineering was established in 1952 as an engineering company. From the late 1980s, when we first engaged with the oil and gas industry, our strategy has been to become specialists in the subsea segment and to develop and grow the business on subsea tie-in technology, infrastructure, installation tools, and other custom-made solutions for operators in the North Sea and later worldwide. Our customers include major providers of subsea umbilicals, risers, and flowlines (SURF) and subsea production systems (SPS).

EAB Engineering has an experienced, highly qualified and specialized project and engineering and staff—and subsea technology is still our business. We leverage this expertise in every engineering, procurement, and construction (EPC) contract we undertake.

In 2021, we became a SLB company. This merger strengthens the offerings both companies bring to the subsea industry, and our customer service and markets remain unchanged. We work in accordance with the Ethics and Compliance.

Subsea manifold on the EAB Engineering's facility grounds.

"Through continuous planning, training, and control, EAB Engineering shall minimize hazard to humans, environment, and material property in our day-to-day business. Our goal is zero incidents that result in human injuries, harm to the environment, or damage to material property. Accidents and loss shall be prevented by proactive and focused attention by management and all employees."


  • 1952: EAB Engineering founded as an engineering company
  • 1980s: Began first oil- and gas-related work
  • 1989: Began first subsea assignment
  • 2000: Became 100% subsea related
  • 2021: Fully merged with OneSubsea, an SLB company


  • EAB has been ISO 9001 certified since July 4, 2000. The certifying body is DNV GL.
  • EAB is also registered with Achilles JQS.
Certificate: Achilles 2020 Download
Certificate: ISO 9001:2015 Download
EAB Engineering's workers stand in front of subsea equipment.