The Specialist Buyers Guide for the Oil and Gas Industry
East of England Energy Zone (EEEZ) is unrivalled in the UK for its unique mix of windpower, gas and nuclear energy production.
East of England Energy Zone remains the leading centre for offshore gas exploration and extraction in the Southern North Sea (SNS) after the UK’s great oil & gas rush began over 50 years ago.
As a result, East of England Energy Zone (EEEZ) is home to a highly experienced workforce and supply chain with many industry leaders well established in the area. The EEEZ provides excellent access to a highly developed pipeline infrastructure and platform structures in an area with potential for at least 30 more years of gas extraction.
So the EEEZ is perfectly placed to meet all the demands of a resurgent sector with today’s technology creating opportunities to tap new gas reserves, introduce fresh exploration in old gas fields and produce increased recoverable reserves.
University of Strathclyde responds directly to industry needs, helping to address key challenges in the oil and gas sector.
A leading international technological University with a history dating back over 200 years,? the University of Strathclyde launched the Oil & Gas Institute in June 2014. The launch represented an important step forward for the University’s contribution to the oil and gas sector.
Strathclyde’s leading-edge expertise and facilities play a significant role in addressing key challenges in the oil and gas sector.
Great Yarmouth is firmly in the centre of the European shipping and offshore energy industries. The town has a 24-hour accessible port with deep water outer harbour and highly skilled energy marine supply chain.
With a designated Enterprise Zone and Assisted Area status, there is availability on industrial parks in and around Great Yarmouth where businesses can set up and grow.
Great Yarmouth means business.
Advice & information regarding business development/opportunities in the Lowestoft and East Suffolk area.
Aberdeen First Aid School was founded in 1996 by Mark McKain and Pat Thomas to provide businesses with specialist expertise in all aspects of first aid training, for both onshore and offshore personnel. We are recognised as the largest supplier of first aid training in the North East of Scotland.
The success of the Aberdeen First Aid School is based on a combination of quality training – provided by registered Nurses, as well as a quality service – provided by the administrative staff.
The complete package offered ensures all students trained at Aberdeen First Aid School, return to the workplace with the confidence they require to cope with any emergency situation.