Derek Thomson Joins as Director of Projects
From design to build - Global E&C's teams support architectural and modular design for the energy industry.
Engineering, Procurement and Construction (EPC) service provider, Global E&C, has promoted Paul Rushton to Technical Services Director which includes responsibility for all Energy Transition related activities in Global E&C.
Document Controller, Brian Massie, signs up to Robert Gordon University's Data Science Degree
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In Q4 of 2020, Global E&C secured a contract with Rosetti Marino to assist with the hook-up and commissioning of Premier Oil’s Tolmount offshore gas platform in the Southern UK North Sea.
Global Engineering and Construction (E&C) is in the midst of a recruitment drive supported by a series of contract wins worth more than £25 million.
As a senior leader of our business, Terry will share insights into Global E&C’s operations as an Engineering, Procurement and Construction (EPC) service provider to energy customers in the UK.
When it comes to commissioning, think Magma. Magma Products Ltd joined the Global E&C portfolio earlier this year.
Our industry is changing faster than at any time in our lifetime. We recognise that innovation and digitalisation are essential for energy businesses to progress and deliver improved performance.
Engineering, Procurement and Construction (EPC) provider Global E&C is embarking on a major facility move as it consolidates it businesses and looks to evolve and adapt to new ways of working.
For 15 years Global E&C have worked with Apache Corporation in the UK providing a selection of services, namely delivering all construction services across Forties and Beryl’s including Repair Orders, Minor Mods and CAPEX projects.
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In 2018 Global E&C and James Fisher Asset Information Services (AIS) were awarded a contract for scanning and data management of three UKCS assets to enable our customer to create virtual models as part of their digitisation initiative.
The offshore personnel have been complimented on their resilience and ability to work as a “one team” integrated approach, particularly in the immediate response to covid-19, on each asset to ensure deliveries are maintained on time, to cost and schedule and during this period of reduced POB.
Global E&C were delighted to provide full EPC services to skid modifications in support of an Enhanced Oil Recovery (EOR) project in the UKCS.
When it comes to the offshore construction part of our service offering, Global E&C has recently launched a new approach to execution for Brownfield EPC scopes where we move away from the traditional method of carrying high volumes of POB all year round towards a more focused, structured and planned model where resources are utilised more strategically as part of a campaign model; similar to how you would approach a Shutdown/TAR.
Vibration is a common problem in industrial facilities
Global E&C remains committed to act responsibly for our colleagues, customers, suppliers and communities while we monitor the COVID-19 outbreak. Read our latest operational updates here.
As part of the efforts to ensuring talent development, we are delighted to continue working with Robert Gordon University for a third year with three of our employees now on fully funded Graduate Apprenticeship courses.
Global E&C is delighted to announce its support to Inverurie Academy and their Senior Pupils Mentoring Programme.
62% reduction in 2019!
Resolute on Safety and Quality is a core value of Global E&C
In 2019 the Global E&C brand was launched to provide our business community with a clear message that we were focused on delivering brownfield EPC services within the UKCS.
It’s Christmas Jumper Day at Global E&C offices today and we smashed it!
There are 55 roundabouts in Aberdeen city and, as a business with headquarters in Aberdeen, we’re delighted to sponsor three of them.
Operating across the Beryl and Forties fields, Apache’s North Sea business has demonstrated its commitment to the basin with what is understood to be the largest life of field contract award in the history of the oil and gas sector in the UK.
Global E&C are delighted to be working with Complete Performance Development (CPD) and their team of training and coaching professionals to support our ‘Living the Values’ Programme.
Global E&C were delighted to support our long term customer, Apache, with a replacement helideck scope on a key facility in their North Sea infrastructure. The scope of work took place on a Single Point Mooring (SPM) facility in the Beryl field and access to this work site required our teams, made up of multi-disciplined rope access personnel for topside and under deck work, to use a Walk to Work gangway system to transfer them between the Olympic Vessel and the SPM for each shift.
Forties Echo has recently celebrated the successful completion of its shutdown. This is the second shutdown in 2019 for Apache and we are delighted to continue supporting them with all their shutdowns. For Forties Echo, Global E&C provided 5 personnel and completed 2 Integrity scopes and 5 valve replacements, all delivered without incident.
Global E&C’s Rope Access Team are currently in our facilities for some onshore BA training and rescue trials prior to mobilising this week for an offshore Flare scope. The nature and environment of this scope will require the 4 man team to access the Flare Tip Access Platform donned with full Breathing Apparatus systems.
Pictured here is a Global E&C access solution being constructed in the UKCS. Decking systems can be an extremely efficient alternative to scaffolding or rope access depending on the work scope and location. Our teams are truly multi-disciplined in their trades and also their access capabilities ensuring the most appropriate methods are considered for executing their projects safely and as efficiently as possible.