Pathways for Africa’s Energy Future, a report from the technology group, Wärtsilä, provides power system modelling of three African countries – Nigeria, South Africa and Mozambique
3t EnerMech has been named ‘Regional Winner for East Africa and the Rest of the World’ in the prestigious Engineering Construction Industry Training and Development Awards
The Awards, which are run by the Engineering Construction Industry Training Board (ECITB), celebrate and reward the very best of the global engineering construction industry.
The judging panel looked at several factors when considering the winner including the number of people trained, quality of training, equality and diversity, innovation and ambition, interaction with the ECITB and generally adding value within its markets. 3t EnerMech was acknowledged as the very best in its region.
Established in 2021, 3t EnerMech is a joint venture between integrated solutions specialist provider EnerMech and 3t Energy Group, which owns AIS Survivex, 3t Transform and Drilling Systems. Together this alliance delivers world-leading training and competency solutions encompassing a blend of traditional training, digital learning technologies and training compliance management platforms.
The organisation has already made its mark on the global stage becoming the only ECITB-approved training provider in Angola and Guyana, establishing a training centre of excellence in Guyana and working with the UK and Mozambique government to shape future training requirements for Mozambique’s growing oil and gas workforce.
3t EnerMech will now compete against two others for the overall “ECITB International Training Provider of the Year 2022 Award” which takes place at a ceremony in London on 2 November 2022.
Paul Attrill, vice-president of sales at 3T EnerMech, said, “What fantastic news. We are incredibly grateful to the judging panel for awarding us this accolade and recognising our outstanding efforts in delivering training excellence throughout East Africa and the rest of the world.
“Countries such as Mozambique, Angola and Guyana are quickly emerging as leading players in the global oil and gas industry and we want to ensure these regions are fully prepared by developing a highly skilled, local, competent and safe workforce ready to progress projects as soon as they are needed.
“ECITB standards and procedures are world-class so to be recognised as the best of the best by this organisation is a great honour. We are now looking forward to the finals in London in November and are keeping everything crossed.”
Africa should be supported in determining its own energy future, delegates at the AIEN’s International Energy Summit in London heard
Yokogawa Electric Corporation announced that it has been selected by Shell Plc to be the main automation contractor (MAC) for the construction of its Holland Hydrogen I plant in the Dutch port of Rotterdam
Platform maintenance interventions can be made safer and more efficient with reliable safety identification solutions. Brady Corporation offers IMO-compliant solutions that survive marine conditions. Get inspired by Brady’s offshore identification solutions in the free downloadable guidebook!