Ian Nash talks about the knowledge gap in the offshore market in Splash

"The steady resurgence of in activity across the last few years in the offshore oil and gas market has created a very different mindset to the boom market of pre-2008, one where maximising output and controlling costs now requires even closer attention from asset owners. The renewed appetite for oil and gas products is enabling owners to capture further value, with many seeking lifecycle extension solutions to delay decommissioning of older assets," says Nash

Ian examines how 'the brain drain is a hindering factor' and importance of  'improved collaboration and knowledge sharing can drive change'.  Click on this link to read the full article.

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