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oil&gasconnect management www.oilandgasconnect.co.uk · procurement · suppliers issue 9 august 2013 £12.50 a day in the life of a sat diver north east england takes key role in fabricating offshore structures norway s innovation spreads the hidden oil fields of south england the network of support into the oil gas industry imagining the future of the global oil gas industry david edwards ecitb industry news · with senergy development solutions magnus jeffrey · law · written by robert gordon university stacey horne · directory written by diary of events · q&a · education finance · recruitment

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issue 09 1st august 31st october 2013 managing director dan connew tel 01937 580400 editor jade byrne tel 01937 580405 email jade.byrne@theconnectseries.co.uk client relationship director angus woodcock t 01937 580424 e angus.woodcock@theconnectseries.co.uk creative director andy bickerdike tel 01937 580407 email andy.bickerdike@theconnectseries.co.uk graphic designer darren palmer tel 01937 580417 email darren.palmer@theconnectseries.co.uk oil&gasconnect welcome to the august edition of oil&gasconnect a quarterly publication available online at www.oilandgasconnect.co.uk and in print format we hope all of our readers are continuing to find this publication a useful industry communication tool to bridge the gap between buyers and suppliers in the oil and gas industry in this edition penny hitchin our regular feature writer for oil&gasconnect puts the spotlight on the north east of england on pages 4-5 finding out how the former shipbuilding yards on the rivers and coast of the region play a key role in the north sea offshore industry with more than two thirds of the oil and gas platforms operating in the north sea built in the region following this penny gets an in-depth look at a typical day in the life of a sat diver on pages 34-35 hearing about the pros and cons of working in such confined conditions from sat diver tim mudge experience of offshore oil and gas production since 1971 has made norway a major player in the oil and gas industry penny investigates the significance of links between the uk and norwegian operators on pages 38-40 and finally on pages 44-45 penny discusses the unlikely location of southern england for drilling valuable conventional gas and oil onshore which have caused little controversy over the decades we also have as we like to include in every edition regular articles covering law recruitment finance education and q&a s which in this edition are answered by david edwards chief executive at ecitb to keep you abreast of issues within the industry on top of this we get andy brown s view on the benefits of adopting online reference tools in the oil and gas engineering design industrial equipment and process industries on page 53 john sloninsky from ecosys got in touch with oil&gasconnect and discusses how better performance tracking and delivery optimisation has never been so crucial on pages 60-61 do make use of our convenient and up to date directory covering a range of companies and breadth of products and services available to the oil and gas industry starting from page 71 if your company isn t currently listed please refer to our subscription form on pages 119-120 or alternatively contact our sales team on 01937 580400 keep an eye out for oil&gasconnect at offshore europe in september there will be complimentary copies available on the media stand and we will be there to meet you all and see what you have going on at your stands get in touch to arrange a meet up by calling 01937 580 405 we look forward to seeing you there oil&gasconnect is about your industry so we welcome your editorial contributions please don t hesitate to get in touch should you have any comments or suggestions as we are always interested to hear your views we hope our readers enjoy this edition of oil&gasconnect and look forward to hearing any feedback you may have published by group information services ltd 1-2 highcliffe court greenfold lane wetherby west yorkshire ls22 6rg tel 01937 580400 fax 01937 580499 email office@gisltd.co.uk web www.gisltd.co.uk the design and layout of this directory remains the property of group information services ltd it must not be reproduced or transmitted to a third party without prior written consent © april 2010 the publisher can not accept responsibility for the accuracy of the content or for any errors omissions or mis-statements nor can the publisher accept responsibility for the copy supplied by the advertisers the publisher shall not be liable for any direct or indirect or consequential loss or damage suffered by any person as a result of relying on any statement in or omission from these articles opinions expressed in these articles are not the opinions of the publishers editor jade byrne

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contents 04 industry news industry news industry news 23 24 29 30 emas amc awarded £86.6million floater installation contract from statoil bp launches gulf claims fraud hotline egdon gets uk spud go-ahead chevron adds third group ii base oil hub in europe ge oil gas expands subsea manufacturing capacity in the uk engineering company brings more jobs to teesside bridge energy signs rig contract for aragon prospect in ukcs 06 08 new definition of fuel poverty set out to ensure support is targeted at those who need it most core event attracts high interest for north east offshore sector 11 16 abb wins £18million offshore automation contract europa oil gas award of frontier exploration licences and commencement of 3d seismic in south porcupine basin offshore ireland diary of events 32 essential events to attend in the following months 34 38

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features 04 north east england takes key role in fabricating offshore structures life under pressure a day in the life of a sat diver norway s innovation spreads experience of offshore oil and gas production since 1971 has made norway a major player in the oil and gas industry penny investigates the significance of links between the uk and norwegian operators 50 q&a david edwards chief executive engineering construction industry training board ecitb directory 71 category listings search for companies you need by their category of services 34 38 54 law 107 alphabetical supplier listings search for companies you need by their name guaranteeing tax relief for decommissioning what will it mean decommissioning relief deeds will provide contractual certainty for ukcs oil and gas operators on the uk tax relief to which they will be entitled in respect of future decommissioning activities website for all the latest vacancies visit the oil&gasconnect website now at 44 47 53 the hidden oilfields of south england imagining the future of the global oil and gas industry new professional development tools for the internet generation of engineers using project cost controls to alleviate risk www.oilandgasconnect.co.uk 58 finance hmrc continue to investigate ebt schemes ebts are generally operated by a trust giving the client a non repayable loan or a loan on favourable terms which scheme providers have marketed as a legitimate tax planning arrangement 65 recruitment the network of support into the oil gas industry with thousands of british military personnel facing redundancy there are opportunities to transfer skills and build a new career in a rewarding industry 60 44 50

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area focus north east england north east england takes key role in fabricating offshore structures words penny hitchin a images back © ronald hudson fotolia.com front jdr cables fter london the north east is the second smallest region in england but what it lacks in size it makes up in character possessing probably the strongest regional identity in the uk south of the scottish border most of the population live in urban centres clustered around the mouths of three large rivers the tyne the wear and the tees a distance of less than 50 miles along the coast of the north sea separates the three rivers but within that area strong local allegiances lead to distinct tribal affiliations outsiders tend to lump together all north-easterners as geordies but this term should only apply to people born and brought up in newcastle-upon tyne a geordie from south shields on the southern bank of the tyne is known as a sanddancer while people hailing from sunderland on the river wear are makems and teeside residents are proud to call themselves smoggies derived from smog monsters a cluster of heavy industries including coal mining iron and steel shipbuilding and large scale engineering made england s north east area an industrial power house for two centuries at one time a quarter of the world s ships were built on tyneside the region is now a centre for maritime engineering metals and manufacturing former shipbuilding yards on the rivers and coast of the region play a key role in the north sea offshore industry with more than two thirds of the oil and gas platforms operating in the north sea built in the region the region is now a centre for maritime engineering metals and manufacturing former shipbuilding yards on the rivers and coast of the region play a key role in the north sea offshore industry with more than two thirds of the oil and gas platforms operating in the north sea built in the region manufacturers the bespoke automated lay-out means that flat plate goes in at one end of the building and `cans or tubulars come out of the other the dimensions of the cans can be up to 7.3 metre diameter in a single plate up to 120ml thick and from 60 to 100 metres length the facilities have the capacity to deliver up to 100,000te of steel jacket and monopiles yearly and include blast and paint areas the plant was built in just less than 12 months and opened for business in september 2011 the first significant contract came in january 2012 when tag energy solutions won an order from saipem for four foundation piles to support a jacket construction in total s elgin b field these were transported by barge to stavanger from teeside last summer state of the art facilities in teeside billingham based tag energy supplies tubulars for marine structures used in both oil and gas and offshore wind tag operates from a site that was one of the biggest shipyards in europe with a rich industrial history of fabrication of large structures tag s £23million state-of-theart facility uses lean manufacturing principles honed by automotive 04 oil&gasconnect www.theconnectseries.co.uk

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area focus north east england poolies supply offshore structures and components the deepwater port of hartlepool locals are known as poolies is another important former shipbuilding centre fabrication of large structures for offshore markets is a speciality with quayside production facilities able to load out via the deepwater port giving direct access to the north sea tata steel s tubes business split between hartlepool and scunthorpe produces steel tubular products structural hollow sections and large diameter pipe used offshore while the adjacent offshore processing centre provides welded and profiled tubular assemblies heerema hartlepool fabrication group hfg a subsidiary of dutch company heerema builds subsea installations fixed platforms and floating production facilities heerema has two purpose built construction facilities in victoria harbour with the capacity and capability to construct jackets of up to 8,000 tonnes and decks of up to 10,000 tonnes in december 2012 hfc started work on fabrication for gdf suez s £1.4billion gbp cygnus gas field project the yard will carryout 10,500 tonnes of fabrication work made up of the 3,900 tonne process utilities pu module two bridges a flare tower a 1,600 tonne wellhead module and a 1,500 tonne compression module jdr cables is a £100million turnover business making umbilicals cables accessories and support services for oil gas and renewable energy from its £30million hartlepool facility the first uk purpose designed deep water quayside facility for manufacturing subsea power cable and umbilical production newcastle the first central north sea platform to be built at a single construction yard in the uk for at least 25 years was recently completed at the hadrian yard in wallsend south shields sunderland teesside billingham based tag energy supplies tubulars for marine structures used in both oil and gas and offshore wind tag operates from a site that was one of the biggest shipyards in europe the deepwater port of hartlepool locals are known as poolies is another important former shipbuilding centre with its direct access to the north sea map caption key locations for the offshore industry evolution from ships to platforms the first central north sea platform to be built at a single construction yard in the uk for at least 25 years was recently completed at the hadrian yard in wallsend in june 2013 the final part of the £250million platform and link bridge was towed down the tyne by the thialf crane barge heading for the forties field offshore group newcastle ltd ogn won the contract for the design and build of the platform in 2010 as part of apache corporation s £400million construction project at forties alpha satellite platform ogn was established four years ago at the 75 acre shipyard in wallsend the current capacity of the yard is up to 50,000 tonnes of steel or 30 offshore wind foundations per year the yard is currently building a £50million jacket for talisman sinopec for the north sea further investment to increase the capacity of the yard is planned the quays and yards around the tyne are home to many other companies with specialist niches in the offshore industry wellstream now part of ge has been supplying flexible pipes to the worldwide offshore gas sector from its newcastle manufacturing facility since 1997 it specialises in the engineering and manufacture of flexible risers and flowline products for subsea production and transport the adjacent quayside provides deepwater access for quayside cranes to load directly onto installation vessels or heavy lift vessels north east to become world leading subsea technology centre earlier this year government announced that newcastle will be home to the new neptune national centre for subsea and offshore engineering the centre is being developed on the north bank of the river tyne at neptune energy park planned facilities include a hyperbaric chamber capable of testing technology and materials at temperatures and pressures equivalent to those found in deep oceans industry and academics will collaborate to develop new materials and technologies to harness the ocean s potential as a source of food energy and medicine north east england s niche in the offshore world looks set to expand earlier this year government announced that newcastle will be home to the new neptune national centre for subsea and offshore engineering the centre is being developed on the north bank of the river tyne at neptune energy park www.theconnectseries.co.uk oil&gasconnect 05 05

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industry news sustainable packaging for norm waste pactec s certiied ip-1 and ip-2 flexible containers british patent #gb 2453305 sustainable innovation improved environmental and cost savings option to steel containers winner of the 2012 business innovation award fit for purpose pactec eps works closely and interactively with clients to develop fit for purpose solutions robust utilised in the u.s oil and gas sector for the safe cleaning and decommissioning of storage tanks and transportation of drilling wastes to nal disposal www.pacteceps.co.uk 01946 695005 new definition of fuel poverty set out to ensure support is targeted at those who need it most following an independent review and a consultation a new definition of fuel poverty has been set out to ensure support is targeted at those who need it most a household will be defined as `fuel poor if it s total income is below the poverty line taking into account energy costs and energy costs are higher than typical the decision to adopt a new definition follows positive responses to a consultation launched in september last year and an independent review of the current definition by professor john hills of the london school of economics lse published in march 2012 the current definition of a `fuel poor household is that a household would need to spend 10 of their income on energy a year ministers have accepted independent expert advice that the current fuel poverty definition distorts our understanding of the problem as at times it can capture some rich households while overlooking others that are struggling with their energy costs government has introduced amendments to the energy bill to set a new target for fuel poverty it is proposed that this will focus on ensuring that fuel poor households attain a certain standard of energy efficiency in their home by defining an average or a minimum standard for energy efficiency for fuel poor households edward davey secretary of state for energy and climate change said i am determined to tackle the scourge of fuel poverty and help hard-pressed consumers across the country in the past action to tackle fuel poverty has been held back by how the problem has been defined this made it difficult to deliver help to the people who need it most the new definition together with the amendment that we are making to the energy bill will ensure a focus on the households that are at the heart of the fuel poverty problem that s those with both low incomes and high energy costs our new strategic framework sets out how we can use this new definition to target our resources in the most effective way greg barker minister for energy and climate change added we are doing all we can to help hardworking families and vulnerable people with the rising cost of living that s why the chancellor announced the extension of the warm home discount scheme to 2015/16 taking £320million off the nation s energy bills despite the recent modest fall in the numbers of households in fuel poverty there is still an unacceptably high number of people living in cold damp unhealthy conditions that s why we must take a new approach to fuel poverty with energy efficiency at the heart i am determined that we use new schemes like the energy company obligation to target those who need support the most and that s what our new approach to fuel poverty will help to achieve 06 oil&gasconnect www.theconnectseries.co.uk

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advertorial oil states mcs ltd growing strong in construction maintenance and decommissioning services cutting systems for platform removal and offshore/onshore repair and maintenance the hydra-lok® swaging system has also been adapted for the repair of corroded and damaged caissons on offshore installations and for downhole pressure testing and casing repairs today oil states mcs designs builds assembles and supplies all of the necessary tools and equipment and personnel to carry out these services we can offer oil companies and installation contractors a complete solution for offshore structures from installation to decommissioning says tony sneesby project manager at oil states mcs we have a team of highly qualified engineers and technicians who have a wealth of experience and knowledge of our equipment and the offshore industry we design operate and maintain all of our equipment and are known for our problem solving and bespoke tooling solutions to support client requirements located in 300m water depth had its piles severed at a depth of three-metres below the seabed using oil states mcs abrasive water jet cutting technology the pile severance was completed in may ahead of the arrival on site of a heavy lift crane vessel in august the crane successfully lifted the 1800 tonne structure from the seabed at the first attempt oil states mcs has a full order book for next year and with continued good project performances we are looking to sustain this growth long-term he adds it started with connections operating out of barrow-in furness uk oil states mcs ltd has been involved in the offshore construction industry since 1979 the company was acquired by oil states industries inc of arlington texas usa in 1996 early on the company was focused entirely on hydra-lok® pile swage connections for small subsea structures hydra-lok offers an alternative to traditional grouted connections between offshore jackets and driven foundation piles the system works via hydraulic expansion of the foundation piles into a sleeve fabricated on the offshore structure e.g a pre-drilling template deep water jacket ice resistant structure or subsea manifold hydra-lok® technology has been used on hundreds of installations worldwide from the north sea to south east asia the gulf of mexico west africa canada and russia today the hydra-lok® product line includes hydra-lok® pile-to-structure connections for subsea structures and jackets secured by means of large diameter piles and the hydra-lok litetm system for connection of lightweight subsea protection structures combined with latch-lok jacking systems these solutions offer a complete package for levelling and securing offshore structures into deep water to complement its portfolio of internal pile cutting tools oil states mcs has introduced a range of rov-deployed external cutting tools for severing tubulars from 12 to 60 inches in diameter these multi-functional tools can perform tapered and castellated cuts and are purpose-built for deep water decommissioning projects where large structures must be removed in smaller more manageable sections we are continually improving our core tooling and systems to ensure that we provide the most efficient and costeffective solutions to our clients notes tony sneesby we are constantly reviewing market requirements to identify viable longterm products that we can either purchase or develop for utilisation in the oil and gas and renewable markets growth ahead oil states mcs has had one of its most productive years to date in 2013 and is striving to expand its facility to meet growing market needs we are presently looking at steady growth and expansion in many aspects of our business including our facility personnel and markets ­ both new and old we are currently on a recruitment drive for mechanical design engineers to help handle the increased workload we have at present we have a new general manager in nick jones who took over from owen osmotherley following his retirement in february we have also focused on expanding our services to new geographical regions such as the gulf of mexico far east south america gulf of iraq russia and the caspian sea concludes tony oil states mcs has continued to adapt to the ever-changing environment of the global offshore oil and gas industry and now provides many sectors with highly efficient cost-effective and safe services for additional information visit www.oilstates.com or email david.howell@oilstates.com sales manager expanding to meet demand over time the company expanded into maintenance repair and decommissioning including the operation of abrasive water jet success breeds success as tony sneesby explains two of the company s recent decommissioning projects include the removal of the togi subsea template and q8b jacket these structures were previously installed by oil states mcs using the hydra-lok® technology in 1994 and 1989 respectively the togi template www.theconnectseries.co.uk oil&gasconnect 07

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industry news core event attracts high interest for north east offshore sector the north east lep and newcastlegateshead initiative jointly organised a north eastern core showcase event which brought together the ports of blyth sunderland and tyne narec the national renewable energy centre and world-leading offshore energy related companies based in the north east to promote the breadth of expertise in this sector to investors and business leaders the north east lep area has been identified by central government as one of only six uk core centres for offshore renewable engineering areas core areas offer the best infrastructure for offshore manufacturing access to a skilled workforce supply chain and committed local leadership senior representatives of private and public sector organisations attended the event which included tours of key development sites including the lep s north east enterprise zone in the north eastern core the first day included presentations hosted by narec followed by a tour and a boat trip to view the noah platform an offshore research platform three nautical miles off the coast of blyth they also viewed the uk s largest wind turbine before heading back to the port of blyth to visit its riverside facilities during the second day the group travelled to newcastle college s energy academy for presentations delivered by the college and newcastle university s school of marine science and technology followed by visits to both sunderland port and port of tyne ending with a river cruise up the tyne to view the waterfront development sites hosted by andrew hodgson vice chairman of the north east lep and managing director of smd andrew hodgson believes the north east is perfectly located for growth in the offshore and subsea sectors he said the north eastern core area has valuable assets which set it apart from the competition we have generous amounts of available land ­ for example 250 hectares at the port of tyne and 115 hectares at the port of sunderland we have £30million growth capital specifically for investment in the lep area ­ probably the largest amount of its type in the uk and we have world-leading offshore renewable and subsea companies and r&d centres such as the recently launched neptune centre operating from the region with active support from the north east lep and government a skilled local workforce and a strong supply chain the north eastern core area has a powerful package to attract international investment jen hartley senior inward investment manager at newcastlegateshead initiative said the success of this event illustrates the collaboration of the organisations involved to put together an exciting informative tour for potential investors in a bid to attract more overseas investment to the region we re delighted that so many business and public sector guests attended and enthusiastically took part in all aspects of the busy two day event c m y cm my cy cmy k continental contracting limited ccl is a major sub-contractor of manpower throughout europe as well as a british dutch german and belgian registered employment company we specialise in the provision of technical personnel to the engineering shipbuilding petrochemical and offshore industries and currently have active employees in the united kingdom the netherlands norway belgium northern italy and germany the steady development of ccl has been made possible by the growing need for skilled tradesmen and technicians throughout europe together with our highly skilled management teams con tinental contracting ltd www.ccl-ltd.com info@ccl-ltd.com +44 0191 455 6755 live file hp.indd 1 12/06/2013 11:43 www.theconnectseries.co.uk 08 oil&gasconnect

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industry news abb hosts series of on-stand technical talks at offshore europe abb is hosting a series of short talks covering safety reliability and efficiency issues affecting the oil and gas sector on stand 3d 160 at this year s offshore europe show daily technical talks will target operations technical engineers and management within oil and gas operating companies and epcs the talks will be delivered by abb experts working within the oil and gas industry including developers engineers and project managers the experts will be available to answer questions listen to suggestions and debate insights visitors can also witness how today s control room helps oil and gas companies achieve benefits through operator effectiveness enterprise asset optimization and collaborative production management tel 01480 475 321 email oilandgas@gb.abb.com web www.abb.co.uk/offshore-europe abb wins £18 million offshore automation contract abb has won an order from statoil for the upgrade of safety and automation systems at the important heimdal platform in the north sea off the coast of norway the agreement with statoil was signed in the second quarter of 2013 abb s scope comprises a new human-machine interface hmi for the control system control room modifications simulator fire and gas detectors integration of telecommunication in the control room and information management systems ims we are upgrading parts of the safety and automation system on heimdal to contribute to profitable and safe operation of the platform abb s maintenance and modification service solutions extend the life span of installations that have been in operations for a significant amount of time said per erik holsten manager of abb s process automation division in norway according to the agreement abb will have the complete engineering procurement construction and installation epci responsibility we are pleased that statoil has the confidence that we can deliver this type of service with epci responsibility the agreement strengthens our position as a supplier of maintenance modification and service of existing fields and confirms our ability to manage complex projects involving all of our core areas automation power telecommunication and instrumentation added holsten today the heimdal field has reduced its own production and the platform is now primarily a hub in the central north sea for the processing and distribution of gas the platform receives gas from the huldra oseberg skirne and vale fields and exports it via vesterled or statpipe pipelines for processing at its peak the amount of processed gas in heimdal represents 15 to 20 percent of the total norwegian gas production safe reliable and efficient operations absolutely abb provides the latest technology and solutions to the oil gas industry from the field to the boardroom our solutions help our customers achieve safe reliable and efficient operations for today and tomorrow we provide electrical instrumentation control and telecoms systems lifecycle services and consultancy which improve asset productivity minimize costs throughout the complete lifecycle and extend equipment or asset life to learn more come and meet some of our thought leading experts on stand 3d 160 at offshore europe or visit www.abb.co.uk offshore-europe abb email oilandgas@gb.abb.com www.abb.co.uk/offshore-europe www.theconnectseries.co.uk oil&gasconnect 11 11

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underwater engineering services specialising in the supply of marine and subsea support equipment to the diving rov and survey sectors of the global offshore industry diver rov tooling packages diver deployment frames hydraulic shear cutters precision cable umbilical wire spooling service hydraulic power units winches deck cranes hose reels ues part of the atr group west pitmillan foveran ellon aberdeenshire ab41 6al t +44 0 1358 789808 info@uesltd.net www.uesltd.net www.atrgroup.co.uk

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