April 2021 marked a significant milestone for CAN Group as it celebrated 35 years since it pioneered rope access offshore in the North Sea, introducing a revolutionary alternative and more cost-effective means to the convention of scaffold access.
A rallying cry for improved digital collaboration was issued to North Sea oil and gas firms during the opening session of Energy Voice’s Virtual Tech Showcase.
The rapid transition under way in energy means that now more than ever the sector must grasp the opportunities presented by technology.
In its 35th year in business, CAN knows a thing or two about resilience, having pioneered rope access offshore in the mid-80s as a revolutionary alternative and more cost-effective means to the convention of scaffold access.
When a line is drawn connecting dots, the outline of a bigger picture becomes clear. This is the premise of ENGAGE, a game-changing and intuitive asset integrity platform that supports integrity needs across the full asset life cycle. Brought to market by CAN Group, ENGAGE connects the dots between asset data and integrity, streamlining engineering and inspection processes and driving efficiencies.
In an industry faced with an unprecedented level of turmoil due to the compounding events of the COVID-19 pandemic and the collapse of Oil & Gas commodity prices, one thing is for sure; Asset Integrity & Reliability remains as, if not more important than ever. Beyond the regulatory requirements of operating Oil & Gas facilities, the simple truth is that safe and sustained production is the difference between success and failure, or in Oil & Gas parlance; Late Life or CoP.
Energy service company Can Group said yesterday new contracts worth more than £15million a year were helping to offset the impact of the oil and gas downturn.
Up to 65 jobs have been secured after international oil field services firm Can Group retained a contract for US operator Apache’s UK assets.
CAN Group: innovating, adding value and delivering operational efficiency to operations on and offshore for 30 years.
An oil and gas testing and inspection business said new markets and cost control helped it maintain a strong financial performance despite declines in turnover and profits ahead of its 30th anniversary year.