Finalists announced for Decom North Sea Awards

John Warrender, chief executive at Decom North Sea
John Warrender, chief executive at Decom North Sea

Finalists have been announced for a prestigious awards ceremony ahead of this year’s Decom Offshore conference.

The second annual Decom Awards will take place on May 28 at the AECC, ahead of the conference the following day from trade body Decom North Sea.

Spirit Energy, Bilfinger Salamis and the Oil and Gas Technology Centre are among those competing for accolades (see the full shortlist below).

CEO of HeliOffshore, Gretchen Haskins will feature as the evening’s guest speaker.

Meanwhile, the seventh year of the Decom Offshore conference will be themed on “Activating the Supply Chain”, featuring topics including human factors in decommissioning.

John Warrender, CEO of Decom North Sea, said:  “At Decom North Sea we are committed to enhancing access to knowledge for our members and facilitating a collaborative approach within the sector.

“The conference provides a terrific forum for discussion of pressing topics and a chance to address the challenges facing us all.

“As for the awards, it’s great to see such a high quality of submissions being entered. They demonstrate the expertise and talent that exists within the sector, which is hugely encouraging.

“I would like to congratulate all those who have been shortlisted for the 2019 awards, and we look forward to celebrating the winners at the ceremony later this month.”

The 2019 Decom North Sea Awards finalists are:

Outstanding Innovation 

  • Deep Casing Tools
  • Ecosse IP Ltd
  • Sentinel Subsea

Excellence in Collaboration

  • Ardent and The Oil & Gas Technology Centre
  • Systems Engineering & Assessment Ltd.(SEA) and Spirit Energy
  • Spirit Energy and The Oil & Gas Technology Centre

Young Professional in Decommissioning

  • David Hoang, Bilfinger Salamis
  • Johnny Morton, Bilfinger Salamis
  • Rebecca Allan, Xodus Group

 

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