Interviews

A day in the life of a First Engineer

September 19, 2017 - Rebecca Baker

"Arise around 0500, shower and take breakfast in the mess room. It can be noisy in the mornings with upwards of a couple of hundred bodies getting ready to go to work. Read More
The Future of Engineering and Automation in Morocco

September 16, 2016 - Rebecca Baker

The kingdom of Morocco is one country that is relativity un-known for its oil & gas market. Surrounded by the Mediterranean and the Atlantic, hydroelectric power and the importation of crude petroleum covers the bulk of the country’s energy needs. With its sole oil refinery set for liquidation, working in the oil & gas market in Morocco is a rarity. Moroccan National and Atlas Professional Kholoud Dardour talks to Atlas about how she was introduced into the offshore world. Read More
Going Against the Standard: Achieving a World Class Result in Process Engineering

January 20, 2015 - Rebecca Baker

“Everyday can be a challenge, it’s not great when you have to get up at 5.30am and try to be in the office before 7.30am.” Not everyone is a morning person, especially when your daily activities concern providing technical response and guidance to offshore operational queries, de-bottlenecking and optimization of process facilities in the offshore industry. Nnamdi Iwuagwu is just one of our many professionals in Discipline Engineering and Project Controls who makes this job look easy. Read More
Exploring the Frontiers: A Mechanical Engineer in the Offshore Industry

January 6, 2015 - Rebecca Baker

Some of the most interesting stories that come from our professionals happen before their offshore careers begin. Vinay Sawant’s journey into mechanical engineering is just one of those stories. Journey into Space Read More
Ioulia Dolganova, a women rep in a world of men

September 11, 2014 - Bregje Rooijendijk

Ioulia Doganova, a proficient and driven woman from Russia, always expected to do something with her passion for technology. Even as a child, Ioulia wasn’t ‘your average girl’, instead of playing with dolls or kitchen sets she found construction tools, cars and modelling compounds more interesting. Read More

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