This article appeared in Energy Voice on Jnauary 6, 2020.
Digital transformation is not a new concept at Peterson. It has been at the company’s core since the 1990s, having recognised early that traditional oil and gas supply chain operations, systems and processes delivered limited visibility and an inconsistent approach. Having successfully transformed their business – and in turn, their clients’ businesses – Peterson is now applying the same principle to managing the competence and development of their people.
Itaoca Terminal Marítimo S.A. (Itaoca Offshore) and Peterson Offshore Group (Peterson) have today announced a Partnership and Consulting Agreement for the development of the Itaoca project.
Peterson has strengthened its relationship with Premier Oil, a leading independent exploration and production company, after it renewed with a long-term contract worth over £20m.
Peterson has achieved one-year lost time incident (LTI) free and total recordable incident free across the company’s UK operations.
Peterson Offshore Group Netherlands, hereafter ‘Peterson’, has excelled in its Achilles FPAL Verify Audit, improving results across the board.
Peterson has launched a new website for CCU rental. CCU stands for
Peterson Chemicals BV has again expanded its fleet of "portable offshore tanks" with the addition of a number of kerosene tanks. These tanks have been built especially to support the logistics requirements for the growing global wind industry.
The Dales Voe decommissioning facility in Shetland is one step closer to becoming a centre of excellence for recycling offshore structures from the North Sea with the arrival of two new installations for decommissioning by strategic partners Veolia and Peterson. The structures from Spirit Energy’s ST-1 arrived in the dedicated port facility on 15 July.