CSR and Energy
The decision to expand a company’s remit and move into an unknown sector can often be problematic. But for DH Marine those initial steps 10 years ago paid off after the privately-owned company won its first major oil and gas work and then subsequent contract with BP at its Sullom Voe Terminal (SVT). The Shetland-based firm started off with just a few members of staff based in Lerwick on the Shetland Islands at the turn of the millennium.
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Lloyd’s Register Energy has formed a strategic alliance with MaxGrip. The move will see the development of a new risk-based inspection (RBI) software module called ‘strEAM+RBI’. The collaboration leverages Lloyd’s Register Energy’s market leading integrity engineering and RBI experience with MaxGrip’s expertise in software development and its strEAM+ framework. It offers a unique software solution that directly embeds into an enterprise’s asset management application, including IBM Maximo, SAP and INFOR EAM. Andy Scott, VP asset integrity services Americas, Lloyd’s Register Energy, said: “Companies operating in asset intensive industries are seeking ways to balance long term decisions with day to day operational challenges.
Statoil's Gunnar Breivik sounds confident as he makes the firm statement. But more than being confident, the managing director for Statoil Production UK is comfortable with the commitment. And rightly so. As the North Sea celebrates its 50th year, a fresh new generation of explorers has emerged eager to carry the torch for innovation. Statoil is at the forefront of the pack. Statoil has historically dominated the E&P scene on the North Sea's Norwegian divide. But the Norwegian giant is now looking to balance its board.
The head of oil and gas for professional services firm EY said the Chancellor's announcement could prove to be a "turning point" for exploration and production in the North Sea. In an interview with Energy Voice, Derek Leith said the initial steps taken may receive a mixed review from the industry. Further announcements are expected tomorrow, in Aberdeen, by the Chief Secretary to the Treasury, Danny Alexander.
“You can do everything else you need to do as a women - have a family, have kids and still do very, very well in the industry.” Julya Bonkat made her transition into the oil and gas industry after studying to become a computer engineer. The 34-year-old has always had an interest in maths and physics and she wants to see more women with the same passion consider science-based careers.
“I realised that if I chose geology over chemistry, my lab wouldn't just be a chemistry room. With geology my lab could be the world.” Hannah Mary Goodlad had always shown a talent for science when she was in school and following the encouragement of her teachers, she decided to study chemistry at university. But in the crux of her studies she eventually discovered her true passion - geology.