Interviews

Rare Renewables: Working on NEMO and Hornsea

September 23, 2016 - Rebecca Baker

A professional’s dream to work offshore can come from anywhere; from family holidays by the sea through to exploration, an interest in the environment or travel, science and innovation. “I studied Physical Geography at University College London, I always had a strong interest in volcanicity and seismology,” explains Senior Geophysicist George Mackintosh. “While I was studying, some fellow students and I organised a trip to Montserrat in the West Indies for our dissertations. Read More
The Fight for Survival in Australia’s Offshore Survey Market

July 14, 2016 - Rebecca Baker

For the last 8 years, UTEC Survey Australia has been one of Atlas’ loyal clients based in the Asia-Pacific. In April 2016, UTEC announced management changes to further enhance the company’s client-focused approach. UTEC’s former Operations Manager Mick Elmslie recently took on the role of Business Development Manager. Mick spoke to Atlas about his current views on the market in Australia and his plans in expanding UTEC’s services in the industry. Read More
Atlas Professionals Interviews: Fugro Exhibits at Oceanology

April 6, 2016 - Rebecca Baker

As one of our core clients, Fugro has been an integral player in the development and progression of Atlas; offering our personnel opportunities all over the world. As a global leader in earth and engineering data services, Fugro is at the heart of the offshore industry providing the expertise and technology to support the exploration, development, production and transportation of the world’s natural resources. Read More
5 Questions – Paul Duncan Survey Client Representative

March 10, 2016 - Rebecca Baker

“I pursued a career in the offshore sector due to the interesting and varied projects that I knew I would be involved in. My career has opened doors on a worldwide basis enabling me to travel and see parts of the world others perhaps would not visit. The department I graduated from at the University of Glasgow had a 100% employment record in terms of placing graduates and I had a number of offers before I sat my finals, which was encouraging." Read More
Venturing into the Arctic Circle: A Senior Surveyor on the Polarled Pipeline

September 24, 2015 - Rebecca Baker

In 2015, Statoil and Allseas were the first offshore industry leaders to install a pipeline across the Arctic Circle. The Polarled pipeline stretches 480 kilometres from Nyhamna in the county of Møre og Romsdal to the Aasta Hansteen platform in the Norwegian Sea. Read More

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