International engineering, technical and business services organisation Lloyd’s Register (LR) Energy and global-leading energy services company, LR Senergy would be conducting a survey of five crucial issues affecting the North Sea’s future during ONS.
The key issues, which were borne out of an oil and gas executive dinner that the companies recently held in Aberdeen, include knowledge shortage, decommissioning, supply chain, operating costs and technology. LR Senergy and LR Energy – which are co-exhibiting for the first time since the two major industry players announced at Offshore Europe 2013 that they had joined forces – are to invite visitors to their joint ONS stand to share their views and suggestions on the challenges faced. The results will then be fed into a corresponding online ‘Collaboration is Key’ campaign, which will run for two weeks after Norway’s flagship energy conference before being analysed and published.
Claus Myllerup, senior vice president energy technology at LR Energy, said: “These issues have been debated and reviewed but through our survey, we aim to engage with the wider global industry and, together with LR Energy, use the findings to shape a collaborative overview and informed industry voice.”
James McCallum, CEO at LR Senergy, said: “We hope the campaign will be a catalyst for ongoing industry engagement which produces constructive and tangible results.”