- SSI partners with Texo to provide Coronavirus screening stations
April 23, 2020
Medical support company SSI Energy has forged a strategic partnership with Texo Accommodation to deliver modular Coronavirus screening stations in the UK.
The partnership will combine SSI Energy’s range of Covid-19 screening and testing services with Texo Accommodation’s range of flexible, modular buildings which offer high-quality, rapidly deployed welfare facilities.
SSI has developed screening and testing services delivered by qualified medical personnel, which includes the Covid-19 rapid testing kit. This detects IgG and IgM antibodies, which indicates if a person has had coronavirus and has since recovered and takes 10 minutes to complete. The modular screening stations will be targeted at sites ...
- Survivex delivers safety critical training from Aberdeen to Asia
April 23, 2020
3T Energy Group company Survivex is delivering safety critical training to oil workers in Asia from its base in Aberdeen during the coronavirus lockdown.
The four-week ‘Live Learning’ training programme has been developed specifically for a key 3T client in Asia to upskill 70 of its workers for a forthcoming oil and gas project. The programme covers all theoretical aspects of asbestos awareness, confined space entry and rescue, forklift truck driving, rigging and lifting, crane operation and authorised gas testing.
Survivex instructors are delivering the training using the latest video conferencing technology from Aberdeen with a local 3T Energy Group interpreter translating ...
- Bethan Customs welcomes HMRC support measures amid COVID-19 disruption
April 20, 2020
Bethan Customs Consultancy has welcomed measures from HMRC to support businesses during this period of economic turbulence caused by the global COVID-19 pandemic, but has warned that firms must maintain responsibility for meeting their compliance obligations.
The support measures include the potential to delay payment of deferred customs duties and import VAT if COVID-19 has impacted on a business’ finances and cash flow. In addition, registered importers who pay cash or an equivalent can contact HMRC to request an extension to their payment deadline.
Managing director Nicola Alexander also noted: “While we understand that the focus for business-owners right now absolutely needs ...
- Cluff Natural Resources becomes Deltic Energy
April 17, 2020
Cluff Natural Resources has issued an update to accompany its full-year results for 2019, in which it has announced a proposal to change its name to Deltic Energy Plc, subject to shareholder approval. The company says the change symbolises its transition into a more operational phase in its development.
The update also noted that Cluff continues to work with Shell towards firm well commitments on its Pensacola and Selene prospects, while technical work is ongoing on Licences P2428 (Cupertino), P2424 (Cortez) and P2435 (Blackadder) in advance of prospective farm-outs.
It also awaits results from multiple applications submitted for additional licences as part ...
- Morphosense completes Digital Twin with CNR
April 14, 2020
Morphosense has completed a two-year collaboration with French group Compagnie Nationale du Rhône (CNR) to develop Digital Twins for three lock gates across the river Rhône.
Based on Morphosense’s NEURON system, the real-time Digital Twin combines static and dynamic data originating allowing the integration of data from off-the-shelf sensors – such as weather stations, strain gauges, crack meters, lidars and cameras – with a 3D structural model.
NEURON is applicable to all large-scale structures both in the field of civil engineering and in the offshore sector. Read more…
- Maersk Training appoints new UK commercial head
April 14, 2020
Training provider Maersk Training has appointed Scott Taylor as Head of Commercial for the UK. Scott will oversee all sales, commercial and marketing activities for the business, which is headquartered in Prime Four, Aberdeen.
Scott has over 15 years’ experience in the oil and gas sector, both on and offshore, and joins Maersk from Baker Hughes where he was Commercial Leader for Oilfield Services Europe.
Launched in 1978, Maersk Training has established itself as a global provider of training to a variety of sectors. With five facilities in the UK, it has the capacity to delivery over 200 courses either virtually, at ...
- Texo Accommodation launches modular Coronavirus solutions
April 8, 2020
Texo Accommodation, part of Texo Group, has launched a range of modular products to meet demand for increased safety and social distancing during the Coronavirus pandemic.
The company’s land-based modular division can now deliver flexible office and welfare space, test centres, hand washrooms and sanitary units to workplaces and public facilities across the UK.
Modular office and welfare space (such as locker rooms or canteen space), as well sanitary facilities with toilets, offer organisations the opportunity provide sufficient social distancing space on a flexible and temporary basis, particularly for organisations providing essential services. Test centres also offer external facilities space to ensure ...
- Neptune Energy announces carbon and methane intensity reduction targets
April 6, 2020
Neptune Energy has announced ambitious targets to reduce carbon and methane intensity by 2030 from the managed production of its portfolio.
The company is targeting carbon intensity of 6kg CO2/boe by 2030, which represents a 60% reduction from forecast levels if no action was taken – and well below the industry average of 18kg CO2/boe.
To achieve this, the company will build on its experience of capturing and storing CO2 gained through long-established projects in Norway and the Netherlands and progress with the PosHYdon project to generate offshore hydrogen via its operated Q13a platform in the Dutch North Sea. It will also ...
- Repsol Sinopec Resources appoints new CEO
April 3, 2020
Jose Luis Muñoz has taken up the position of chief executive officer at Repsol Sinopec Resources UK Limited, effective as of 1 April 2020.
Mr Muñoz replaces Bill Dunnett, who had been in the post since 2015 and who steps down as planned following the end of his contract on 31 March.
Jose Luis Muñoz joined Repsol in 2005 and has most recently been managing director of Repsol’s UK business unit, based in Aberdeen. During that time he has also served as a member of the joint venture’s ExCom, supporting the business’s recent transformation.
Muñoz said: “I am very pleased to be taking ...
- SSI Energy offers protection advice for Covid-19
April 3, 2020
It is imperative that workers involved in the energy industry are supported in their efforts to keep operations running. These are the personnel who will keep the lights on in homes across the country and heating in the homes of those who really need it.
According to Jules Rawles, Director at specialist medical support company SSI Energy, there are three core ways companies can help mitigate the effects of Covid-19 for their offshore personnel:
#1 Implement Robust Screening Measures
#2 Covid-19 Rapid Testing
#3 Strategic Advice
Read the full article on the SSI Energy website for more information about Covid-19 screening, testing and advice.