Circular Economy

J+S are committed to the circular economy and minimising the use of resource inputs and the creation of waste, pollution and carbon emissions.

We aim to provide continued support for legacy systems in order to keep products, equipment and infrastructure in use for longer, thus improving the productivity of these resources.

SOURCE

We will look at alternative sources for materials before new manufacture options.

SERVICE

We will endeavour to service existing equipment and extend its life to reduce unnecessary manufacture.

CERTIFY

We will assemble and test all equipment to appropriate industry standard and original quality requirements.

SUPPLY

We will supply options to our clients for their existing equipment.

SUPPORT

We will support our clients and utilise circular economy principles in our business.

REFURBISHMENT

At J+S we can refurbish your existing equipment and help you avoid costly replacements and long lead times from OEMs. If you do not have the parts in your stock we may have options from our Legacy Locker to provide new or refurbished components. All of our refurbished components will be cleaned, tested and certified by qualified technicians.

DECOMMISSIONING

At J+S, we can help you avoid the cost of premature asset decommissioning by obsolescence management and legacy support.

Over the years, we have recognised how the conventional supply chain for these assets has failed to deliver. Instead, we consistently deliver a fast, high-quality, competitive and cost-effective maintenance support service.

When decommissioning becomes unavoidable, we also provide the following services:

OBSOLESCENCE

At J+S, we can help you reduce your associated costs for obsolete equipment issues. We offer a service that allows you the options to refurbish, upgrade or replace obsolete equipment saving both time and money on new unnecessary OEM parts and assemblies. We also offer a form, fit and function reverse engineering service for your unsupported equipment and can optimise the design based on lessons learned and advances in technology with off the shelf components.

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James Morris – Engineering Director
James joined the Royal Navy from school where he successfully completed a 5-year Marine Engineering Apprenticeship. After 10 years’ service he started a career in hydraulic systems design, manufacture and project management.
After 5 years working in the hydraulic service industry James moved to Kvaerner Oilfield Products as a Support Engineer providing engineering support for production and service teams within the controls group. He was also responsible for the design, manufacture and offshore operation of the Control System Well Monitoring Equipment for Shell assets used during well intervention testing.
Whilst at KOP he completed an Open University Postgraduate Diploma home study course in Manufacturing: Management and Technology
He subsequently moved to RRC Controls Services where he was solely responsible for all the mechanical and hydraulic design of the company’s successful diver installable Subsea Control Module. Over 10 years at RRC he designed and built a range of bespoke subsea equipment from electrical and hydraulic Subsea Distribution Assemblies to Chemical Injection Flowmeter housings.
On moving to J+S Ltd as a Senior Engineer James continued to be responsible for design of subsea and renewables equipment including a new design ROV installable Subsea Control Module and next generation Medium Voltage dry-mate connection systems. During his 10-year tenure at J+S Ltd and SEA James has been promoted to Principal Engineer and then to Engineering Manager.
James has a wealth of knowledge in Project Management and design processes, using Solidworks 3D and document management software to produce highly configurable product designs in very short timescales.
As Engineering Director at J&S Subsea Limited, James looks forward to developing the engineering capabilities of the business, providing innovative designs, high quality products and responsive service to the Subsea Energy Industries.
Simon Smith – Business Development Director
Simon has worked in the oil and gas sector for over 20 years. He started his career as a planning co-ordinator for offshore development systems and has since been involved in both surface and subsea operation management both locally and overseas with Wood Group, Plexus Ocean Systems and Cameron’s before joining J+S Ltd in 2012 as a Senior Account Engineer. J+S Ltd then became part of SEA Ltd and the Cohort Group where Simon was promoted to Business Development Manager in 2019 before taking part in the management buyout of the Aberdeen based subsea division of SEA to form J&S Subsea Limited.
Simon initially studied Electronic and Electrical Engineering at Edinburgh University and later Engineering Design at The Robert Gordon University and recently became a Certified Project Management Associate through APM. Simon has experience with on and offshore support along with efficiency and safety control and has utilised this to deliver large scale projects for international clients in the energy industries.
As part of J&S Subsea limited, Simon plans to help grow the Subsea Energy business both in the UK and globally while championing a circular economy focus to help provide a better future.
Simon Smith
Matthew Blair – Executive Chairman
Matt has worked with SEA and previously J+S Ltd for over 10 years and has a wealth of industry knowledge and expertise. Matt works closely with Oil company subsea engineering and production controls departments, supporting their operational assets
Matt worked with Ferranti Computer Systems Ltd in the naval simulation group and through his extensive experience in electronics and sonar, moved into hydrographic survey working with Subsea7, Tritech, and CDL before joining J+S Ltd.

Matt has lead the management buyout of the Subsea Engineering division of SEA for J&S Subsea Limited and is seeking opportunities to transfer technologies and products into the Oil and Gas and marine renewables markets.