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Oil and gas compаnies to share updates on major pipelines projects at MOGC 2019

13/11/2018

Dr. H. Saltuk Düzyol, CEO at TANAP Natural Gas Transmission Co., said earlier this year that ‘TANAP Project will definitely bring some flavor to the European market. Because South East Europe needs more and more gas to meet their ever-increasing demand. They are also dependent on one source country which is Russian Federation. TANAP Project will increase the bargaining power against their existing suppliers; they’ll gain greater operational flexibility and reduce cost for reaching energy’.

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Brimmond Group at ADIPEC

12/11/2018

Brimmond Group is delighted to announce that it will exhibit at the renowned annual international oil and gas exhibition ADIPEC 2018.

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WATCH: LR unveils pipeline leak remedy

12/11/2018

Does the fear of pipeline leaks and ruptures keep you awake at night? You don’t need us to tell you that the impact of pipeline corrosion, cracks and leaks can be significant. The operational costs due to shutdown and repair, and the lost profit and liability costs associated with pipeline rupture can surpass millions of dollars.

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Decommissioning hub in Lerwick with trusted logistics provider

09/11/2018

Dales Voe has been named as the preferred location for the UK’s first ultra deep-water port and has an approved planning application to increase the decommissioning capabilities on site, opening up a unique opportunity for North Sea operators in the region.

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PIM changing the face of North Sea equipment inspection

09/11/2018

An Aberdeenshire based firm of integrity management experts, PIM, has developed PIM Optimum, a smart integrity management solution, which according to PIM’s managing director, Steven Plant, will change the face of recording inspection information in the North Sea.

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Aberdeen harbour: In demand for decommissioning

07/11/2018

Demand for decommissioning services in Aberdeen Harbour have been steadily growing for several years now – but in 2018 the port has been a hive of decom activity. Nearly 2,000 tonnes of material has crossed the quayside from high-profile projects, such as the Maersk Leadon and Janice, and Shell’s Brent Alpha projects. The Harbour has also accommodated materials inbound from Nexen’s Plug and Abandonment Programme.

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Benchmarking and beyond with Achilles

07/11/2018

As global economies transition away from fossil fuels towards more sustainable energy sources, the shutting down of oil and gas operations presents a huge decommissioning challenge.

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Significant growth for AAB’s global payroll team

06/11/2018

Anderson Anderson & Brown LLP (AAB), one of the UK’s leading independent firms of Chartered Accountants & Business Advisors, has announced significant growth within its global payroll team as a result of a number of new client wins. These new wins have seen a 50% increase in turnover, for that service, to £2.25million during the last year. As a result of this demand, the firm has added to their global payroll team, which is now some 20 people strong, through a number of key appointments including Katie Lange and Simon Porter, who each have extensive global payroll experience.

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WATCH: LR unveils pipeline leak remedy

05/11/2018

Does the fear of pipeline leaks and ruptures keep you awake at night? You don’t need us to tell you that the impact of pipeline corrosion, cracks and leaks can be significant. The operational costs due to shutdown and repair, and the lost profit and liability costs associated with pipeline rupture can surpass millions of dollars.

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Traveleads appoints new UK Head of Sales

09/10/2018

After witnessing 20%+ sales growth in the last FY, Traveleads has appointed Sally Cassidy, currently Sales Director for West of Scotland/Aberdeen, to the position of Head of Sales to run the UK sales operation.

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Halliburton automates fracking

04/09/2018

There’s much talk of digitalisation and automation within the Oil & Gas industry, but discussion around the potential of these new technologies has generally been limited to offshore platforms and rigs. But now, American oil field services company Halliburton has introduced a new service which claims to introduce automation to hydraulic fracturing.

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