Unconventional gas, particularly shale gas and its recovery through hydraulic fracturing or ‘fracking’ is a headline grabbing subject in the UK these days. Unconventional gas is typically portrayed as the silver bullet solution to the looming energy crisis or the bringer of environmental disaster.
Plexus Holdings PLC, the AIM quoted oil and gas engineering services business and owner of the proprietary POS-GRIP® method of wellhead engineering, announces that Senergy Holdings Limited (‘Senergy’), the global-leading energy services provider and a member of the Lloyd’s Register Group, has signed up as an additional Consulting Partner to Plexus' on-going Joint Industry Project ('JIP') to develop and commercialise a new and safer subsea wellhead, utilising Plexus' patented POS-GRIP technology.
Engineers from global leading energy services company Senergy are set to share their expertise across two presentations at an international conference focusing on formation damage.
Senergy to present at Offshore Cables Forum
Energy services firm Senergy is to share its expertise at the Offshore Cables Forum taking place in London this week.
by Alasdair Buchanan, COO/MD Senergy Energy Services
Action is needed over the UK energy mix and import solutions, and unconventional gas comes centre stage in the country’s energy debate. With more than 50% of natural gas coming from more costly imports, we need to try harder to secure UK supply and drive costs down.
A rapidly expanding business footprint across Africa, Southern Europe, Eastern Europe and Asia Pacific has led global-leading energy services company, Senergy, to relocate to larger premises in London and Jakarta.
The completion of a project to overhaul the power supply for a remote island in the South Atlantic Ocean will meet the needs of the community for years to come.
A ground-breaking energy industry research project aimed at addressing the key challenge of enhancing oil recovery from reservoirs has been launched.
A motion has been lodged in the Scottish Parliament to congratulate Senergy on its Sportober initiative.
A pioneering consortium aimed at helping developing and emerging nations improve the efficiency of their oil & gas and renewables’ industries is to be launched at a United Nations Association Scotland (UNAS) charity dinner in Edinburgh on Friday, November 8.