SGC Engineering has received a prestigious industry award in recognition of its exceptional application of geospatial technology. The company was honoured with a Special Achievement in GIS (SAG) Award at the Esri International User Conference (Esri UC) in San Diego, California.
Leading global energy services company LR Senergy has helped a major wind farm operator to recoup almost £1.5 million in miscalculated Distribution Use of System (DUoS) charges following an investigation into the charging methodology applied at two Scottish wind farms.
An innovative energy industry consortium set up to tackle the key challenge of enhancing oil recovery from reservoirs has started its mission by holding a kick off meeting to execute its plan of action.
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Iona Energy Inc. ("Iona" or the "Company") (TSX V: INA) is pleased to announce an operational update on its Trent & Tyne assets in the UK North Sea.
Improved use of the Ground Modelling approach could be significant contributor to the reduction of the costs of developing offshore windfarms.
Senergy’s Survey & GeoEngineering (Senergy S&G) group has been awarded a major contract to support GDF SUEZ E&P UK Ltd (GDF SUEZ) in the forthcoming offshore construction phases of its major Cygnus gas project.
The CEO of global leading energy services company LR Senergy, James McCallum has issued a stark warning that oil and gas productivity in the Middle East will drop if the drilling sector doesn’t unite and take urgent action to tackle the drilling skills shortage and focus on excellence in well delivery processes.
Jeffrey Fenn, Director of Electrical Engineering with SGC Engineering, is to present at the forthcoming American Wind Energy Association (AWEA) Northeast Wind Energy Summit in Maine.
Guidance on best practices for offshore renewables site investigations has been developed by the Offshore Site Investigation and Geotechnics (OSIG) committee of the Society of Underwater Technology (SUT) over the past few years. These guidelines, prepared by a cross-industry sub-committee of OSIG, cover all forms of offshore renewables including wind and hydrokinetic devices and will be introduced at the Oceanology International conference in London this week.