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Expro has secured a $10 million well services contract extension with Apache North Sea. The contract covers a range of well services including slickline, cased hole services and pumping services, as well as support in delivering coiled tubing services. This uses a multi-skilled crew covering the UK North Sea Forties platforms, ensuring a consistently high approach to safety and service quality. Read more…

Skills Development Scotland has awarded The Underwater Centre in Fort William funding to help ensure that Scotland is ready to supply the qualified workforce that the subsea industry will need in the future. Starting in June 2017, Scottish residents will be able to train in key courses at The Underwater Centre for 50 per cent of the usual cost. The other half of the fees will be paid by Skills Development Scotland. Read more…

Siccar Point Energy moved an Aberdeen city centre premises in May, occupying 7,730 sq ft at H1, formerly known as Seafield House. Siccar Point relocated all the company’s staff from its existing accommodation at Berry Street, Aberdeen and Buckingham Gate, London to the new headquarters. Read more…

Cresent, control of work and health and safety specialists, and Reece Safety, lock out tag out experts, are delighted to announce a new collaboration. Cresent is passionate about making work safe and is dedicated to making processes, systems and training safe, efficient and easy across a range of diverse hazardous environments. Reece Safety has been supplying lock out tag out products for over 15 years and takes pride in providing expert advice in this specialist area. Working in partnership allows both companies to expand their service and product offering to new and existing clients on a global basis. Read more…

MMI Engineering has announced the appointment of a new resilience practice leader to drive the company’s organisational and asset resilience practices. Stepping into the role at the Bristol-based firm is Caroline Field, who brings with her extensive knowledge having over 20 years’ professional experience in the industry, including 15 years specialising in structural resilience to extreme events, 12 of which were based in the United States. Read more…

Augean North Sea Services is delighted to announce the win of a major total waste management contract to support Statoil’s UK operations. The contract is for five years with options to extend the term. It will encompass management of all wastes from the drilling, hook-up and production phases. Read more…

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ACE Winches has successfully mobilised a six point mooring system to anchor the Iron Lady Barge being used on the Brent decommissioning project.  The equipment, designed and manufactured by ACE Winches at their global headquarters, Turriff, Aberdeenshire is now in situ and being supported by a team of ACE Winches offshore personnel. Read more…

Azinor Catalyst Limited, the Seacrest Capital Group-backed exploration and production company focused on the UK Continental Shelf, is pleased to announce it has awarded a rig contract to Diamond Offshore Drilling (UK) Limited for the Ocean Guardian semi-submersible rig to drill two operated wells in Q3 2017. The first exploration well will target the Partridge Prospect which will be immediately followed by an appraisal well to test the Agar Discovery and Plantain Prospect. Read more…

Proserv has launched a new subsea sampling cylinder that can improve the quality of results and reduce risks normally associated with sample transfer. Based on existing technology, the Proserv Subsea Sampling Cylinder is the world’s first fully qualified and certified ‘for shipping’ sample cylinder to be deployed in a subsea environment. The system accurately captures well properties throughout the lifetime of a field. Read more…

On 6 March 2017 15 ACE Apprentices will celebrate their graduation after completing a four-year Modern Apprenticeship with the company.  The ACE Winches Apprenticeship Programme was set up over 20 years ago to provide a succession of young talent to the company. The company has been working in collaboration with ITCA, spanning over 15 years, in the delivery of its three Modern Apprenticeship Programmes in Craft, Technical and Business. Read more…

Interventek Subsea Engineering has signed a two year exclusive deal with Louisiana-based Professional Rental Tools LLC (PRT) to supply its innovative in‑riser Revolution valve for well intervention operations in the Gulf of Mexico. Interventek will supply its 6.375” 15,000psi valves to PRT this summer. Read more…

Control Risks and International SOS have introduced an addition to their range of training resources for organisations – the Cyber and Information Security for Travellers course. This eLearning course aims to create greater awareness and understanding of cyber and information security threats, and provide advice and guidance on how business travellers can reduce their exposure to the risk of data theft. The online course is scalable, easily accessible and interactive, and is, importantly, designed by experts in cyber, information and travel security experts from the two organisations. Read more…

International SOS has revealed the results of the 2017 Business Impact of Travel Risk survey. Key findings, from the survey of European executives, include that travel security risk mitigation programmes are undermined by a lack of effective communication, with 70 per cent of respondents planning to address this in 2017, and 60% have only a partial or no understanding at all of medical threats faced by their mobile workforce. Read more…

The Health and Safety Executive has initiated, and will lead, a shared research project with industry that aims to improve collective knowledge and understanding of the long-term integrity of engineered composite repairs. The extent and use of engineered composite repairs on both onshore and offshore structures has increased dramatically in recent years. While such repairs have so far proven satisfactory, greater understanding is required as to their long-term performance and integrity, particularly where they may be used in safety critical applications. This 24-month project underlines HSE’s ongoing commitment to partner with industry and support science and research to address a range of cross-sector safety issues. Read more…

International SOS, the world’s leading medical and travel security risk services company, has been awarded the ISO/TS 13131:2014 certification, for the high standards of its TeleHealth services.  This is the second consecutive year International SOS has achieved this benchmark.  Awarded by BSI (British Standards Institution), the scheme was launched last year and sets out quality criteria for the delivery of telehealth services.  The BSI auditor assessed remote medical assistance, clinical governance and quality management protocols, the ability to meet legal requirements and to protect patient data. Read more…

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Expro secures $10 million well services contract extension from Apache North Sea

Expro has secured a $10 million well services contract extension with Apache North Sea. The contract covers a range of well services including slickline, cased hole services and pumping services, as well as support in delivering coiled tubing services. This uses a multi-skilled crew covering the UK North Sea Forties platforms, ensuring a consistently high approach to safety and service quality. Read more…

Scottish Government supports diver and ROV skills training at The Underwater Centre

Skills Development Scotland has awarded The Underwater Centre in Fort William funding to help ensure that Scotland is ready to supply the qualified workforce that the subsea industry will need in the future. Starting in June 2017, Scottish residents will be able to train in key courses at The Underwater Centre for 50 per cent of the usual cost. The other half of the fees will be paid by Skills Development Scotland. Read more…

Siccar Point Energy chooses Hill of Rubislaw for new headquarters

Siccar Point Energy moved an Aberdeen city centre premises in May, occupying 7,730 sq ft at H1, formerly known as Seafield House. Siccar Point relocated all the company’s staff from its existing accommodation at Berry Street, Aberdeen and Buckingham Gate, London to the new headquarters. Read more…

Cresent and Reece Safety announce “Lock Down” collaboration agreement

Cresent, control of work and health and safety specialists, and Reece Safety, lock out tag out experts, are delighted to announce a new collaboration. Cresent is passionate about making work safe and is dedicated to making processes, systems and training safe, efficient and easy across a range of diverse hazardous environments. Reece Safety has been supplying lock out tag out products for over 15 years and takes pride in providing expert advice in this specialist area. Working in partnership allows both companies to expand their service and product offering to new and existing clients on a global basis. Read more…

MMI Engineering appoints new resilience practice leader

MMI Engineering has announced the appointment of a new resilience practice leader to drive the company’s organisational and asset resilience practices. Stepping into the role at the Bristol-based firm is Caroline Field, who brings with her extensive knowledge having over 20 years’ professional experience in the industry, including 15 years specialising in structural resilience to extreme events, 12 of which were based in the United States. Read more…

Augean North Sea Services wins total waste management contract

Augean North Sea Services is delighted to announce the win of a major total waste management contract to support Statoil’s UK operations. The contract is for five years with options to extend the term. It will encompass management of all wastes from the drilling, hook-up and production phases. Read more…

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ACE Winches provides mooring system on the Iron Lady Barge

ACE Winches has successfully mobilised a six point mooring system to anchor the Iron Lady Barge being used on the Brent decommissioning project.  The equipment, designed and manufactured by ACE Winches at their global headquarters, Turriff, Aberdeenshire is now in situ and being supported by a team of ACE Winches offshore personnel. Read more…

Azinor Catalyst signs rig contract to drill two wells in Q3 2017

Azinor Catalyst Limited, the Seacrest Capital Group-backed exploration and production company focused on the UK Continental Shelf, is pleased to announce it has awarded a rig contract to Diamond Offshore Drilling (UK) Limited for the Ocean Guardian semi-submersible rig to drill two operated wells in Q3 2017. The first exploration well will target the Partridge Prospect which will be immediately followed by an appraisal well to test the Agar Discovery and Plantain Prospect. Read more…

Proserv launches new subsea sampling innovation

Proserv has launched a new subsea sampling cylinder that can improve the quality of results and reduce risks normally associated with sample transfer. Based on existing technology, the Proserv Subsea Sampling Cylinder is the world’s first fully qualified and certified ‘for shipping’ sample cylinder to be deployed in a subsea environment. The system accurately captures well properties throughout the lifetime of a field. Read more…

ACE Winches and ITCA mark Modern Apprentices 2017 graduation

On 6 March 2017 15 ACE Apprentices will celebrate their graduation after completing a four-year Modern Apprenticeship with the company.  The ACE Winches Apprenticeship Programme was set up over 20 years ago to provide a succession of young talent to the company. The company has been working in collaboration with ITCA, spanning over 15 years, in the delivery of its three Modern Apprenticeship Programmes in Craft, Technical and Business. Read more…

Interventek agrees exclusive Gulf of Mexico supply deal with PRT for its 15k in‑riser revolution valve

Interventek Subsea Engineering has signed a two year exclusive deal with Louisiana-based Professional Rental Tools LLC (PRT) to supply its innovative in‑riser Revolution valve for well intervention operations in the Gulf of Mexico. Interventek will supply its 6.375” 15,000psi valves to PRT this summer. Read more…

International SOS provides course on cyber and information security for business travellers

Control Risks and International SOS have introduced an addition to their range of training resources for organisations – the Cyber and Information Security for Travellers course. This eLearning course aims to create greater awareness and understanding of cyber and information security threats, and provide advice and guidance on how business travellers can reduce their exposure to the risk of data theft. The online course is scalable, easily accessible and interactive, and is, importantly, designed by experts in cyber, information and travel security experts from the two organisations. Read more…

International SOS reveals results from 2017 Business Impact of Travel Risk survey

International SOS has revealed the results of the 2017 Business Impact of Travel Risk survey. Key findings, from the survey of European executives, include that travel security risk mitigation programmes are undermined by a lack of effective communication, with 70 per cent of respondents planning to address this in 2017, and 60% have only a partial or no understanding at all of medical threats faced by their mobile workforce. Read more…

HSE launches shared research project on engineered composite repairs

The Health and Safety Executive has initiated, and will lead, a shared research project with industry that aims to improve collective knowledge and understanding of the long-term integrity of engineered composite repairs. The extent and use of engineered composite repairs on both onshore and offshore structures has increased dramatically in recent years. While such repairs have so far proven satisfactory, greater understanding is required as to their long-term performance and integrity, particularly where they may be used in safety critical applications. This 24-month project underlines HSE’s ongoing commitment to partner with industry and support science and research to address a range of cross-sector safety issues. Read more…

International SOS Telehealth service awarded ISO certification for industry leading best practice

International SOS, the world’s leading medical and travel security risk services company, has been awarded the ISO/TS 13131:2014 certification, for the high standards of its TeleHealth services.  This is the second consecutive year International SOS has achieved this benchmark.  Awarded by BSI (British Standards Institution), the scheme was launched last year and sets out quality criteria for the delivery of telehealth services.  The BSI auditor assessed remote medical assistance, clinical governance and quality management protocols, the ability to meet legal requirements and to protect patient data. Read more…

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