Decom North Sea has launched its agenda, whereas saying award finalists forward of this 12 months’s Decom Offshore convention/exhibition and Decom Awards.
The one-day convention, entitled “Activating the Supply Chain”, will happen in Aberdeen on May 29 and is predicted to welcome greater than 350 gamers from throughout the late life and decommissioning sector.
Now in its seventh 12 months, the convention continues to deal with key challenges throughout the trade, with the 2019 agenda bringing new matters to the desk. These embrace The Human Face of Decommissioning, which is able to look at human components throughout the sector and the important thing half they play in value effectivity, security and sustainability. The subject of aggregation/economies of scale will even come below the highlight, highlighting how far the trade has come by way of alliances throughout the working and provide chain group, and what will be accomplished to extend the advantages of these alliances.
The night previous to the convention, the 2nd annual Decom Awards will showcase decommissioning excellence in innovation and collaboration, while highlighting the younger professionals of the trade who’ve demonstrated important functionality and impression of their sector. The dinner will even welcome visitor speaker CEO of HeliOffshore, Gretchen Haskins; an aviation trade chief in security efficiency enchancment and an internationally-recognised professional in human components.
Finalists are: Outstanding Innovation Award – Deep Casing Tools, Ecosse IP Ltd and Sentinel Subsea; Excellence in Collaboration class – Systems Engineering & Assessment Ltd (SEA) and Spirit Energy, Ardent and The Oil and Gas Technology Center, and Spirit Energy and The Oil and Gas Technology Center.
The three finalists within the Young Professionals class are: David Hoang, Graduate Project Engineer Bilfinger Salamis; Johnny Morton, Technical Support Engineer, Bilfinger Salamis, and Rebecca Allan, Decommissioning Lead, Xodus Group.
The winners might be introduced on the awards ceremony and dinner at Aberdeen Exhibition & Conference Center on Tuesday May 28, hosted by Andrea Brymer.
Decom North Sea’s Chief Executive, John Warrender, mentioned, “At Decom North Sea we’re dedicated to enhancing entry to information for our members and facilitating a collaborative strategy throughout the sector. The convention gives a terrific discussion board for dialogue of urgent matters and an opportunity to deal with the challenges dealing with us all.
“As for the awards, it’s nice to see such a top quality of submissions being entered. They reveal the experience and expertise that exists throughout the sector, which is massively encouraging. I want to congratulate all those that have been shortlisted for the 2019 awards, and we sit up for celebrating the winners on the ceremony later this month.”
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