The competitively tendered contract includes integrity and inspection services for around 85 offshore platforms spread across five producing fields Oceaneering wins significant asset integrity scope in the Middle East. (Credit: Free-Photos from Pixabay) Oceaneering International, Inc. (Oceaneering) has been awarded a considerable asset integrity contract from a major operator based in Dubai, UAE. The award includes the provision of general and advanced non-destructive testing (NDT) and fabric maintenance inspection services across the operator’s onshore and offshore facilities in the Middle East.The competitively tendered contract includes integrity and inspection services for around 85 offshore platforms spread across five producing fields, as well as call-off onshore inspection management and NDT work for one of the operator’s gas plants, gas control station, LNG jetty, and an onshore supply base. The three-year contract (with two, one-year options) encompasses onshore and offshore NDT, inspection, and onshore and offshore fabric maintenance.Oceaneering has provided the client with efficient inspection and integrity support for the past five years. The original scope included the up-man and mobilization of 40 personnel, with the team currently sitting at around 100.Oceaneering has made significant improvements to inspection enactment throughout the contract, including the introduction of more efficient and effective NDT methodologies. Additionally, the company has ensured all technicians are rope access trained at Oceaneering’s accredited facility, which has helped to reduce scheduling and costs for the operator.Gregory Boyle, Asset Integrity Regional Manager, Middle East, at Oceaneering, said: “We’re proud to continue our strong relationship with this operator and we will continue to focus on providing safe, cost-efficient integrity, fabric maintenance, and inspection solutions that optimize our customer’s operations.“Our track record for delivery and our resolute commitment to safety over the last five years has significantly contributed to us being awarded the new scope. We look forward to enhancing our existing service provision to add further value and to working with them to adopt the latest technologies and introduce digitized inspection capabilities.” Source: Company Press Release
Home » COVID-19 support » Agents around the UK sign up to join social media initiative #AgentsHereToHelp previous nextAgencies & PeopleAgents around the UK sign up to join social media initiative #AgentsHereToHelpKristjan Byfield says he’s gathering social media savvy estate agents together to help the public during the crisis and change public attitudes.Nigel Lewis1st April 20202 Comments1,927 Views Leading industry figure Kristjan Byfield has invited estate agents from around the UK to join him in a new initiative to launch a support campaign for the public around the social media hashtag #AgentsHereToHelp.This, he says, is a once-in-a-lifetime opportunity for estate agents to improve how they are perceived.Byfield, who runs London estate agency Base Property Specialists, is in the process of establishing a Facebook page where agents can host live Q&A style events.During these, consumers can ask questions about the property market and agents can share their knowledge and experience.He has already persuaded 20 estate agencies to sign up to the project and commit to hosting one live event a month.These include agencies such as David Lee, Keller Williams, Roseberry Newhouse, Danelaw Real Estate, Maurice Kilbride, NestledIn, Normie & Co, Jackie Oliver & Co, McDowalls, Mr Green, Ferndown, Robinson Michael & Jackson, Logic Estates, GoView, Dreamview, Stones and franchisees of both Fine & Country and Belvoir, as well as his own company.“In these uncertain times, people are desperate for help and information – especially when it comes to their home,” he says.“Trapped indoors, trawling social media and the news- but rarely finding the answers they want or need.“I feel passionately, therefore, that there is currently a unique opportunity for agents to come together and engage with the public like never before on social media.“That is why I am calling for agents and suppliers to back our #AgentsHereToHelp initiative.”Register your details here: https://forms.gle/GLVPSXEKkDvvSUM1ARead more about Kristjan Byfield. Roseberry Newhouse Danelaw Real Estate NestledIn Normie & Co Jackie Oliver & Co McDowalls Mr Green Ferndown Logic Estates GoView Dreamview Stones maurice kilbride Kristjan Byfield Keller Williams Robinson Michael & Jackson David Lee April 1, 2020Nigel Lewis2 commentsAndrew Stanton, CEO Proptech-PR Real Estate Influencer & Journalist CEO Proptech-PR Real Estate Influencer & Journalist 2nd April 2020 at 8:15 amA really good initiative, as a real estate and proptech analyst and consultant I deal with hundreds of agents and tech companies, and giving good advice and sharing ideas is my main driver.It is good that some agents realise that they need a forum to ‘talk’ to their customer base, as I have always advised clients for years that they need an ever evolving inclusive social media voice – and a social media pair of ears to listen to the valuable data customers provide.Obviously, the current situation is making some agents realise that consumers are always on social media, and the odd Facebook post, is not going to cut it. There is a need to position your business as an industry leader.Many will know that I am an avid fan of LinkedIn, why? It is a forum that allows direct access to everyone in the proptech and real estate industry globally. By posting thoughtful, intelligent content, I showcase my skill set, which in turn advertises my company Proptech-PR, which in turn brings me business.Typically I get eight to ten thousand people reading my posts, that sounds a small number, but the quality of the readership is world class, literally hundreds of industry leaders. I am not saying they all like me or agree with me, but they know I exist. Also they comment and collaborations and business follows.Like anything, social media takes time, when I started it took maybe four months of a daily routine posting and contacting people before I saw any return, now 95% of my business comes directly from doing this. And it costs me less than £50 a month. So the return on investment is off the page.My advice, Q’s & A’s in a forum as Kristjan suggests is a start, but any good agency should have a fully integrated social media programme in place, and one of the newest and best is Brightbee.co – Niven Chinasamy & Nick Borjlind, a great solution.Log in to Replyben davis, PropertyHeads PropertyHeads 1st April 2020 at 2:38 pmGreat initiative! PropertyHeads would love to support this. We can put the videos directly on the feeds of our 700,000 users. Please get in touch if interested – we have completed your form.Log in to ReplyWhat’s your opinion? Cancel replyYou must be logged in to post a comment.Please note: This is a site for professional discussion. Comments will carry your full name and company.This site uses Akismet to reduce spam. 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Sea Breeze 2014 planning conference was held in Odesa, Ukraine. The event was attended by Deputy Chief of General Staff of Armed Forces of Ukraine Lieutenant General Volodymyr Khyzhy, Leader of the U.S. Delegation U.S. Navy Capt. 1st Rank John Mosher and Leader of the Ukrainian Working Group of the Ukrainian Navy Capt. 1st Rank Igor Terekhin, and representatives of other invited countries.Lieutenant General Volodymyr Khyzhy stressed how the experience of planning and conducting peacekeeping exercises contributed much to the peacekeeping and the stability in various regions of the world, as well as navigation security in the crisis areas. ”The International Sea Breeze exercises are important and large-scale. I guess their topic meets the current problems of the Ukrainian Navy, modern challenges and threats, these exercises induce security and stability process in the Black Sea area,” noted Lieutenant General Volodymyr Khyzhy.Leader of the Ukrainian Working Group of the Ukrainian Navy Capt. 1st Rank Igor Terekhin informed that this time actions of counter-mining forces will be worked out. “Considering the experience of previous Sea Breeze, I’m sure that joint sea, air, land cooperation contributes much to the enhancement of the professional level of the Ukrainian Navy servicemen,” mentioned Capt. 1st Rank Igor Terekhin. November 14, 2013 Back to overview,Home naval-today Ukraine Hosts Sea Breeze 2014 Planning Conference Share this article [mappress]Press Release, November 14, 2013; Image: Ukrainian MoD Authorities Ukraine Hosts Sea Breeze 2014 Planning Conference
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NFL FAs 2020: Ranking top 50 players, best by position, tracking signingsApple, 24, has shown promise in his four NFL seasons with three interceptions and 33 passes defensed, but he has also struggled to play without getting flagged. He led the Saints with 11 called penalties in 2019 and 10 called penalties in 2018 after joining the team in Week 8, ESPN noted.Apple was set to join a Raiders defense that had already signed former Bears linebacker Nick Kwiatkoski, former Rams linebacker Cory Littleton, former Cowboys defensive tackle Maliek Collins, former Cowboys safety Jeff Heath and former Buccaneers defensive end Carl Nassib. Now, he’ll have to go back to the drawing board and find another new team. A little more than two weeks after it was reported that Eli Apple was signing with the Raiders, it turns out the two parties were unable to agree to terms, leaving Apple still an unrestricted free agent.ESPN’s Adam Schefter reported that Apple had agreed to a one-year contract with the Raiders on March 18, and Apple himself posted the agreement on Instagram, saying he was “excited to start a new journey as a Raider.” The post has since been deleted, and on Thursday, Schefter reported the deal had fallen through. He did not provide a reason.