Dual listed junior oil explorer 88 Energy Limited (AIM: 88E | ASX: 88E) is just weeks away from spudding its Charlie-1 appraisal well at Project Icewine on the North Slope of Alaska.
Our industry is facing a tremendous challenge as we tackle the energy transition, and developing a workforce that is multi-skilled, flexible and technology-enabled is critical.
The energy industry changes quickly, and companies often find themselves hard pressed to maintain or even improve worker safety while increasing productivity and sales.
Statistics show that one in four of us will experience a mental health problem in any given year, but many are too afraid to talk about it.
Texo Group has started the year with a new focus and a number of key projects being delivered for clients in the energy industry.
Can we really be creative in an industry like oil and gas that’s bound by regulation and where failure can have major implications for safety?
In their push to lower total cost of ownership and improve the safe operation of their offshore blowout preventers (BOPs), drilling contractors and operators need real-time access to BOP data that can reduce non-productive time (NPT) and total expense (TOTEX), without increasing maintenance and service costs.
The oil and gas industry has, for decades, placed safety at the forefront of operations with a continual drive to improve safety measures through increased training and awareness. With offshore wind projects growing across Scotland, there are lessons to be learned to reduce risk in this developing sector as well.
Imagine, for a moment, an industry whose workers can quickly report good and bad practices at work; where the reporting system looks the same wherever they are working; where workers get prompt feedback on what they have reported and the information collected is shared and used to improve the safety performance of participating companies and the industry as a whole.
One of Aberdeen’s longest-running family businesses, McIntosh Plant Hire (MPH), is ramping up activity having experienced an increase in enquiries across all its key service lines in recent months.
BMI Healthcare is Britain’s leading provider of independent healthcare with a nationwide network of hospitals throughout the UK.
As a leader in the sale of surplus industrial assets, Liquidity Services is pleased to inform you about an upcoming online auction of surplus offshore equipment on behalf of BP North Sea in Aberdeen.
Norway and Denmark continued to be attractive work locations for UK companies in 2019. Many of those companies are specialists in the traditional sectors of oil and gas but there has been an upsurge in other sectors such as renewables, aquaculture and agriculture.
The Energy Exports Conference (EEC), organised by the Energy Industries Council, (EIC) returns to Aberdeen for the second year in June 2020 and independent travel management company, Traveleads is delighted to announce it is this year’s official Travel Partner.
As we leap into 2020, a number of key trends are likely to dominate the oil & gas sector.
The world’s leading safety training provider has made a five-figure investment at its Aberdeen facility to diversify into offshore wind safety training.
Despite a weakening global economic outlook, I believe we are working in a local business environment of pragmatic optimism. Sustained recovery in the oil and gas sector, technology innovation and diversification activities are contributing to business growth and new employment opportunities.
December is the season to be jolly and to share goodwill with all, but if we’re honest – it’s also very full on.
As the global E&P industry recovers, growth is expected to happen. At Baker Hughes, we believe deepwater will lead the way. Greenfield and tiebacks are expected to pick up.
PIM is ringing the changes with its annual integrity management event this year with the addition of external speakers.
Following an exceptional second year of trading, Integrity XL is delighted to report that it has made a further significant strategic investment by placing an order with Prior Diesel.
Since its foundation in 2016, asset integrity management firm IMRANDD has grown from a start-up to become a well-recognised player in the oil and gas sector.
Digital transformation is not a new concept at Peterson. It has been at the company’s core since the 1990s. Peterson recognised early that traditional oil and gas supply chain operations, systems and processes delivered limited visibility and an inconsistent approach. Having successfully transformed its business – and, in turn, its clients’ businesses – Peterson is now applying the same principle to managing the competence and development of its people.
Lerwick harbour continues to add to its reputation as a leading support hub for the oil and gas industry in northern waters through its contribution to the offshore sector’s operations west of Shetland.
As momentum grows for Vision 2035 and the energy industry strives towards net zero, it is widely recognised that a key part of achieving this will be through the existing workforce; retaining and retraining will create a more flexible, multi-skilled and technologically-aware workforce.