“What keeps you up at night?” is the question that North Sea veteran Ray Riddoch recalls being asked by industry regulators.
Energy industry leader Ray Riddoch has joined the board of the Aberdeen-based risk management consultancy Marex.
Sentinel Subsea has secured a six-figure investment from Alba Equity and Scottish Enterprise as it continues to develop its technology for the monitoring of subsea wells.
North Sea oil and gas industry stalwart Ray Riddoch has joined the boardroom team at Sentinel Subsea as chairman.
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“The opportunities to make a difference, to be involved in something that becomes a legacy…as you get older you realise those opportunities are not every day.”
When lockdown was first announced, Sentinel Subsea didn’t envisage that 15 weeks later, we would have developed and secured a field trial for our second well integrity monitoring system.
The way the world consumes energy is changing. Electric vehicles, windfarms and drilling rigs all have a part to play in securing energy’s future.
A new system to monitor abandoned North Sea wells has earned the Aberdeen start-up behind it one of the latest Scottish Edge Awards.
A new monitoring system, dubbed the "smoke alarm for the sea", could detect oil and gas leaks within North Sea wells.
Fledgling service firm Sentinel Subsea has global ambitions for its new tool which monitors abandoned oil and gas wells.
An Aberdeen-based start-up has created a new system to monitor abandoned North Sea wells which could end an ‘out of sight, out of mind’ attitude to decommissioning.