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Subsea 7 offer to buy Seaway Heavy Lifting

Subsea 7 offer to buy Seaway Heavy Lifting

Today, Subsea7 S.A. has officially announced in a press release that they have offered K&S Baltic Offshore (Cyprus) Ltd to buy their 50% share of Seaway Heavy Lifting Ltd. Subsea7 already owns half of Seaway Heavy Lifting shares and is now planning to make Seaway Heavy Lifting one of their

Costain wins £113m National Grid Contract

Costain wins £113m National Grid Contract

Chapter 5 of the 10-year Gas Statement completed by National Grid in 2015 details the current and future projects that will be funded in order to meet the 31st December 2023 targets set by the Industrial Emissions Directive (IED). The IED sets greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions thresholds that

Anglo's Food Drive

Anglo's Food Drive

Researchers from Oxford University analysed data from 259 local authorities from 2012 to 2015 and found that cuts in benefit payments correspond with a rise in people turning to food banks for help. The researchers looked at figures from the UK's largest food bank provider the Trussell Trust, and

Total CEO has faith in the North Sea’s future

Total CEO has faith in the North Sea’s future

The chief executive of Total – one of the world’s largest oil companies – has highlighted his optimism about the future of oil and gas production in the North Sea.   “There is a future for the North Sea, no doubt about it,” Patrick Pouyanne said, whilst speaking

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Is there a post-Brexit salary rise? It looks like it...

Is there a post-Brexit salary rise? It looks like it...

Following the Brexit vote in June last year, many experts predicted that markets would continue to fall leaving salaries stagnating and even falling in some sectors. Data shows the pace at which new jobs are being created is still slower than in 2014, with economic growth affected by the

Julian Taylor, Water Recruitment Team Leader

Julian Taylor, Water Recruitment Team Leader

Today we interviewed Julian Taylor, the Head of the Water Team at Anglo. He shares his thoughts on the water industry and gives some useful advice to professionals who are working in the Water and Wastewater industries.   A: What is your professional background? J: Well, I have been in

Some thoughts on the place of Women in Engineering

Some thoughts on the place of Women in Engineering

According to the latest women in engineering statistics from EngineeringUK 2017 report “women make up only 1 in 8 of those in engineering occupations and less than 1 in 10 of those in an engineering role within an engineering company”.  Would having more women engineers help tackle

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