Marine services group James Fisher and Sons has reported a ‘challenging year’ during 2021, continuing losses seen in 2020.
James Fisher Offshore
The energy sector has witnessed its fair share of change in recent times. Organisations are redefining themselves to better reflect their roles and objectives today and for the future. Statoil’s 2018 transformation to Equinor, Total’s 2021 shift to TotalEnergies, and Shell moving its long-term focus from oil and gas to renewables being examples of this. Rebranding and repositioning are positive, proactive responses to the changing world.
Taking on a newly created role, for a new (for me at least) employer - mid-pandemic and as the narrative surrounding oil and gas dramatically shifted, was not something I took lightly. The opportunity and its timing, however, could not be ignored!
Marine services group James Fisher has detailed an array of “challenges” across its divisions in a trading update ahead of its third quarter results.
We have a vision to be the go-to well abandonment and decommissioning partner to our clients, delivering a full range of services and equipment across decommissioning project life spans – from plugging and abandonment to pipeline clearance and structural removal.
James Fisher Renewables has been drafted in to help deal with unexploded ordnance off the coast of France.
The offshore energy industry has been significantly impacted by the recent oil price downturns and the various challenges brought about by the Covid-19 pandemic.
North-east firms from Banffshire to Royal Deeside are celebrating after being named winners in the 2021 Northern Star Business Awards.
The rapid transition under way in energy means that now more than ever the sector must grasp the opportunities presented by technology.
Perhaps more than any year in living memory, it is hard not to reflect on 2020 and wish for its speedy passing - to look forward to 2021 and the hope on the horizon.
The universal "pause" brought on by Covid-19 has been overridden by the realisation that this pandemic and its repercussions are challenges we have to deal with and adapt to if we are to survive and thrive.
James Fisher Offshore has earned a six figure sum for helping the Abu-Dhabi-headquartered National Petroleum Construction Company with offshore decommissioning in the Middle East.
In the 12 short months since my team and I attended Adipec 2018, so much has changed.