Around one-third of lost time offshore can be attributed to materials – for example, equipment being inaccessible when required. While costs remain higher in the North Sea than in equivalent mature basins, this is something industry must action.
ASCO, the global specialist in materials and equipment management, has announced a positive start to the year by securing work worth in excess of £50 million. The projects are a mixture of contract awards and renewals for key North Sea clients, including Nexen.
Colleagues at leading supply base operator ASCO have smashed their target to raise £50,000 for charity to mark the company’s landmark 50th anniversary.
Customer Challenge Fairfield Energy had a requirement for five experienced Materials Controllers to clear the stores on their Dunlin Alpha platform in the North Sea to take place over the festive period. Scope of Work
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ASCO has recently signed up to the UK-wide, ECO Stars Fleet Recognition Scheme. In joining the scheme, ASCO aims to gain further endorsement of its green credentials by adopting a more holistic approach to the performance management of its modern fleet.