With smart technology taking over many aspects of day-to-day lives, including phones, watches, doorbells and even kettles, the oil and gas industry is following suit.
After an Energy Voice report on HSE last month, Drager's Paul Davidson assesses some steps firms should take.
Hiring products and services can be the smart solution for a safer and more efficient offshore energy industry
Dräger Marine & Offshore, a subsidiary of Dräger, has expanded its rental equipment offering by 20%.
Dräger Marine & Offshore have made a multi-million pound investment into a new Aberdeen based North Sea energy facility.
For many companies facing the energy transition, safety is high on the agenda, and for Dräger Marine & Offshore UK, it is paramount.
Lifesaving equipment specialist Drager Safety UK (DSUK) is today announcing the launch of a new Aberdeen-based equipment hire division.
Drager Marine and Offshore is set to inject cash into its Aberdeen facility despite the industry uncertainty created by the Covid-19 crisis.
An Aberdeen energy sector boss will put his stamina to the test in a gruelling effort to raise thousands of pounds for charities.
Life-saving equipment firm Drager has won three contracts worth more than £1 million to supply gas detection gear across 23 North Sea platforms over five years.
Major gas leaks remain a serious concern in the North Sea according to figures in Oil & Gas UK’s annual health and safety report, with at least two per year plus dozens of smaller category releases. The study urges the industry to invest more in improved procedures and technologies to better protect people, assets and the offshore environment.
It’s no surprise to hear that being within the legs which hold up massive North Sea platforms can be an “intimidating environment to work in”.
An event is taking place in Aberdeen next week, highlighting the need for oil and gas companies to meet the requirements of a new EU law to protect critical infrastructure.
A marine and offshore safety equipment supplier has won contracts worth more than £3million after it started offering new products and training services to North Sea clients.