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New addition to the SFF Services team

SFF Services has expanded its team in Aberdeen, with Karen Rennie joining as Executive Assistant to the Managing Director. Karen who has a background in visual communication and design will assist with marketing strategy and delivery with a focus on digital.

Steven Alexander, Managing Director at SFF Services, says this newly formed role will “…support SFF […]

By |February 16th, 2018|News|Comments Off on New addition to the SFF Services team

Animations show dangers of subsea hazards

These animations highlight the scale of oil and gas wellheads, cables, renewable energy infrastructure and other hazards and just how easy it is for these to become an issue for fishing vessels and equipment. As well as the hazards posed to the fishing vessels, damaging this infrastructure can cost offshore operators millions of pounds.
Fishing remains […]

By |February 12th, 2018|News|Comments Off on Animations show dangers of subsea hazards

18th North Sea Decommissioning Conference, Oslo

Raymond Hall, specialist Industry Advisor at SFF Services gave a thought provoking fishing industry perspective on oil and gas decommissioning in the UK Continental Shelf.

Raymond was speaking at the 18th Norwegian Petroleum Society North Sea Decommissioning Conference in Oslo where delegates gathered to share ideas and learn about the latest developments, and future challenges in decommissioning.

Raymond, who […]

By |February 9th, 2018|News|0 Comments

Subsea 7 Fishing Awareness ‘Lunch & Learn’

Increasing awareness of fishing techniques in the UKCS
Raymond Hall, Industry Advisor at SFF/SFFSL delivered a Fishing Awareness Seminar to over 40 Subsea 7 representatives earlier this week. 

The presentation provided an overview of fishing techniques prevalent in the UKCS, including the potential consequences of a fishing vessel snagging its gear on oil and gas related subsea […]

By |February 1st, 2018|News|0 Comments