Floating offshore wind represents a huge opportunity for Scotland’s economy and labour force, with many tens of gigawatts of development expected over the coming decades. The initial leasing rounds for offshore wind provide promising foundations to build off. But we will only succeed in realising Scotland’s full potential as a world-leader in floating offshore wind if Scotland urgently invests in a local supply chain.
By Amanda McCulloch, chief executive of TMM Recruitment
They’re smart, tech-savvy, curious, mobile, and flexible and they have high expectations about what they want from the world of work. Amanda McCulloch, chief executive of Aberdeen-based specialist TMM Recruitment, discusses how Gen Z will shape the future workforce.
By Graeme Robertson, Joint Venture & Contract Audit Director at AAB
Our frontier regions of the UKCS are experiencing real challenges in respect to the energy transition. We as a nation and as an economy must be careful what we wish for in terms of ensuring energy security, stable pricing, meeting carbon emission targets and ensuring that the lights do indeed stay on.
My husband and I are in the process of moving from Aberdeen, UK to Houston, Texas. Surprisingly enough, not because of his engineering career in Oil & Gas, but because I am a Chartered International Financial Planner.
By Phil Muir, Group Consultancy & Design Director, Space
Sustainability ranks alongside office attendance as the main topic of discussion in the workplace sector right now. Bringing older, inefficient buildings up to scratch is not just a nice-to-have, it is a necessity as we seek to meet the Scottish Government’s ambitious carbon reduction targets.
AAB Corporate Finance is delighted to share with you our Deals Update for H2 2022 in conjunction with Energy Voice, highlighting selected energy merger and acquisition (M&A) and fundraising transactions across the UK.
By Patrick Hanson, Senior Geothermal Development Manager, Expro
Transitioning to a sustainable energy future requires the increased and widespread use of renewable energy sources like geothermal, hydroelectric, solar, wind, and bioenergy.
While each renewable energy source competes for market share, a coordinated effort from all renewables is required to meet carbon neutrality objectives.
By Dr Phil Bryson, Medical Director of Diving Services, International SOS
Commercial saturation diving, where divers live for up to a month under pressure in a specialised chamber system, is not a role in itself; diving is a method of getting people to a work site, principally for underwater construction, and keeping them alive underwater.
Global artificial intelligence (AI) seismic interpretation experts Geoteric are continuing to disrupt the market with another world-first software release. The new technology is game-changing for energy companies and will prove critical to operators; enabling them to de-risk well placement, reduce their environmental impact and increase profitability by better predicting future production.
Each year, International SOS releases an interactive Risk Map, designed to help organisations and their mobile workforce better understand the risk level of each country around the world and the specific ways these risks may impact their employees.
UnitedHealthcare Global has remained steadfast in its commitment to help people live healthier lives while supporting the well-being of clients through a holistic approach to health benefits and services.