OES Oilfield Services Group received a Spotlight on New Technology Award at the Offshore Technology Conference held in Houston, Texas, last week. The award was for the innovative Dropped Objects Prevention Programme created by OES to mitigate the risk of Dropped Objects on Offshore and Onshore Assets.
The award was decided by the OTC Board of Directors and 13 winners were chosen from the submissions received by OTC 2016 Exhibitors.
As part of the assessment process, it had to be a proven technology, unique, innovative, of broad interest and have significant impact in the Oil & Gas Industry.
Richard Upshall, Executive Chairman, and Euan Lockhart, Chief Executive Officer, collected the award for OES.
Richard Upshall said of the award, “This is the culmination of not only 20 years in the industry, but also of the vision I had to involve professionals from other industries in bringing the oilfield inspection business forward and up to date. The addition of Enis Suleyman from a UK ISP, and Sean Allison, a specialist in cyber security, has seen OES change and update unrecognisably in so many ways. This award is affirmation that our innovation is effective in every way.”
“OES has always been at the forefront of technology, all the way back in 1996 our first reporting program ran in FoxPro. We then developed into MS Access and went online. At first we put this on the World Wide Web as it was then known, and developed a customer access portal. OES has always been the act to follow, and we have watched our competitors mimic our programmes over the years and compliment our ongoing developments. The last year or two has seen OES once again step away from the competition with the Arcus suite of programs developed in partnership with Askaris, and the DOPP, ArcusEX, ArcusLGI and further Apps are being developed for release throughout 2016. There is nothing like it in the market, and we don’t feel there will be for some time.”
For further information on the DOPP, please visit www.oesgroup.com