SUT launches children’s book to ignite interest in underwater career opportunities-
The Society for Underwater Technology (SUT) has today launched a quirky, illustrated book for 10 – 14 year olds aimed at growing interest in the exciting variety of careers on offer under the waves.
The use of evidence and science in marine management and areas of offshore operations such as chemical use and decommissioning will come under the spotlight at an Oil & Gas UK seminar on Wednesday (November 23).
The Precautionary Principle – embedded in national and international regulation – is an approach used to manage risks before scientific evidence surrounding possible risks is developed.
The potential for British expertise in the subsea hubs of Indonesia, Singapore and Malaysia will be explored at the fifth annual Subsea Asia conference this week.
Organised by industry body Subsea UK and sponsored by Wood Group Kenny (WGK), the event takes place at the Dharmawangsa Jakarta Hotel, Indonesia tomorrow (Tuesday 24th November).
There is just over a week left to enter the 2016 Offshore Achievement Awards, which offers companies and individuals the opportunity to be recognised amongst some of the industry’s greatest success stories of the last 30 years.
Entries for the 30th annual awards, organised and hosted by the Society of Petroleum Engineers (SPE) Aberdeen Section and supported by principal sponsor TAQA, close on 1 December. Nominations are open to UK-registered companies operating in the renewables or oil and gas industries.