Dynamix One has launched a new range of containerised solutions for the renewable energy sector.
The Covid-19 pandemic is challenging individuals on many levels. The virus and its consequences are taking their toll on mental and physical wellbeing, as well as causing anxieties about the health of loved ones, job security, and the future of businesses. Additionally, individuals often face uncertainty regarding where to turn for Covid-19 testing, and how to access healthcare services during the pandemic. At ROC we are here to make accessing both routine medical care and Covid-19 testing as straightforward and comfortable as possible.
Drillmar Resources, in partnership with training and competency experts Polaris Learning, has developed a new bespoke competency management system for its workforce.
As the days get shorter and the weather gets colder, the signs are all there that we’re heading into winter, whilst also facing a spiralling pandemic.
How operators are getting technical support to achieve net zero from materials specialists at OGC Energy
Established upon the vast experience and expertise of chief executive Ivan Gutierrez, Oil and Gas Corrosion has been providing a wide variety of energy operators across the globe with advice in oil and gas for more than six years.
The infamous heavyweight boxer Mike Tyson once said, “everyone has a plan until they get punched in the mouth”. Perhaps the same could apply to the national net-zero plan - a strategy that appears lost in what most will agree are the more sudden and painful issues of Brexit and the Covid pandemic?
In common with some other industry events, we took the decision to keep Decom Offshore in the calendar. Despite the difficulties wrought by the global pandemic, decommissioning has been in the headlines a number of times over the past six months. Decommissioning of offshore assets is inevitable and seismic market shifts as we’ve all recently encountered serve as a catalyst for further conversation around the timing and approach.
Digitalisation offers considerable opportunities for the energy industry as it moves towards achieving 2050 net zero targets, which include increasing efficiency and decreasing costs.
In February I wrote about the challenges and opportunities of the energy transition, prompted by a speech by Oil and Gas Authority chairman Tim Eggar.
As the number of carbon capture and storage (CCS) projects continues to grow, Tenaris is looking into new ways to support the energy industry to meet the net zero emissions objectives.
“The oil industry has got a terrible habit of playing itself down when in reality it, and Aberdeen specifically, has a load to offer. We’ve been through things like this before and if there was a more positive attitude I think we’d be in a much better place.”
Covid-19 has caused an unprecedented global economic and social crisis. The pandemic has significantly affected all aspects of life. Almost overnight the world as we knew it began to spin on a completely different axis.
Texo Group’s sister company Texo DSI has successfully pioneered a new unmanned inspection method on a major UK North Sea FPSO, delivering significant safety, time and cost saving benefits.
The transition towards a clean energy future has begun. Following on governments’ footsteps, many leading energy companies are publicly announcing their commitments for 2050. These commitments include targets to reduce greenhouse gas emissions, lower environmental impact and mitigate climate-related risks associated with their business activities. While these targets are for the long term, most companies have started to develop and execute near-term action plans to ensure they progress toward their stated goals. At the same time, they are assessing the risks and opportunities arising from their plans and seek to understand the impacts on their operations and markets.
The European Union is committed to achieving net-zero emissions by 2050. To support this, Brussels plans to create a €225 billion green bond as part of a shift towards cleaner economies.
It is hard to believe it is 10 years since we started Apollo, and on the other hand, it’s hard to believe it’s not more. What a journey! Filled with excitement, challenge, opportunities, great clients and a fantastic bunch of people that have got us to where we are today.
In an industry where the US dollar (USD) is king, foreign exchange (FX) markets can make a significant difference to many oil and gas firms’ bottom line during extreme market volatility and economic uncertainty.
Organisations have continued to operate safely throughout the Covid-19 pandemic, with business leaders adapting to protect the health and safety of their employees both on and offshore.
The transportation of goods offshore is to be revolutionised with a new system for managing helicopter freight which has been developed by ACE Forwarding (ACE) and is currently being deployed.
Over the last six months, the global pandemic brought very new challenges for both our home and work life along with whole new lexicon and unprecedented willingness to listen to our political leaders.
Working from home (WFH) is not a new phenomenon. For the past 20 years and more we have seen WFH grow at varying speeds across different business sectors.
AJT Engineering Limited, a company with over 70 years’ experience as a trusted, premier provider of multi-disciplined engineering services, is delighted to announce the appointment of Andy Dornan as its Business Development Manager. Andy has held a number of key relationship positions since retiring as a professional footballer which included a spell at Aberdeen Football Club.
I have been involved with Step Change in Safety since 2016 and co-chair of the organisation since April 2019.
Recovery - a topical word and resonating with people around the world as they deal with the fallout from the pandemic and chart a hopeful path to the future. Times are uncertain but as OGUK’s director of supply chain and operations, I believe an integrated, more collaborative approach is key to restoring the health of the UK oil and gas industry.