What classifies as a successful campaign? #safetyfirst
ZERO LOST-TIME INCIDENTS (LTI) & 39 WEL-LOK M2M PLUGS
The amazing BiSN Field Operations Team was offshore in the North Sea for 289 working days. This was our longest campaign and the safety of our team and all working with our tools was at the forefront. In turn, this led to the amazing feat of having ZERO LTI from start to finish.
Amid the COVID-19 pandemic, BiSN is delighted to report that through its continued commitment to providing world class services and an uncompromising dedication to safety, it has surpassed 10,000 man hours LTI free.
Jake Dearmon, BiSN’s Global Field Operations Manager, said: “Congratulations to all our talented field personnel for continuing to ensure that safety is always at the forefront of our operations. It’s through their work that we have gone beyond this monumental figure without a recordable incident, injury or accident. Well done!”
We believe that sharing our insights is integral to BiSN’s continued growth and success. In recent months, our applications manager Jeff Fulks has been on a whirlwind European tour, highlighting the advantages of using BiSN downhole technology.
From Romania to Denmark, followed by Norway and ending in Aberdeen, he has certainly been busy – and even managed to fit in some golf along the way!
Jeff’s European Tour Summary
It was fantastic to have another great trip across the pond where I got to visit some new and interesting destinations. The trip started in Bucharest, Romania, where I had the pleasure of presenting on BiSN downhole technology to a new audience at the SPE Workshop: Well Integrity in Mature Fields: Challenges and Perspectives.
I was then off to Copenhagen, Denmark, to discuss BiSN technology and results from recent testing with a client and his colleagues from three additional countries via teleconference. From there I set off for Stavanger, Norway, where I was greeted by more clients eager to learn more about our innovative Wel-lok M2M downhole technology.
I also got to enjoy a little leisure time in Stavanger, playing a round of golf and cruising down the fjords before hiking to the top of Preikestolen. The trip ended in my new “home away from home”, Aberdeen, Scotland, where I had the privilege of exhibiting and presenting at the SPE Late Life & Abandonment Conference.
It’s great to be home but I’m already looking forward to my next adventure where I can spread the word about BiSN. Want to see where I’ll be next or learn more about Wel-lok M2M Sealing Solutions? Visit us at bisn.com
Pupils at a Warrington primary school now have the opportunity to enjoy audio equipment thanks to a generous donation from BiSN, leaders in Downhole Technology.
The company, a global leader in innovative metal-to-metal downhole technology sealing solutions, gave £1,000 to St Benedict’s Catholic Primary School on Quebec Road.
The kind donation enabled the school to invest in new equipment for pupils.
Chief executive officer, Paul Carragher, said: “We were delighted to contribute in this way to St Benedict’s. BiSN recently opened a new base in Warrington and supporting the local communities that we work within is hugely important to us.
“As part of this we wanted to connect with a local school. Our general manager, Emma Carter, enjoyed meeting the pupils and it was great to see such happy faces when the donation was given to them.”
Headmaster Liam Anderson said: “We sincerely appreciate the donation from BiSN which we put towards purchasing new audio equipment for our pupils. Gestures like this mean a lot to us and I would like to extend my thanks to BiSN on behalf of St Benedict’s Catholic Primary School.”
UK/US-based BiSN’s strategic development plans have included the expansion of its corporate headquarters with new premises in Warrington. The move has brought the company’s research and development activity under the same roof as a newly-acquired manufacturing facility.
In tandem with the facility investment, BiSN is also currently recruiting for a number of senior engineer and technician roles.
BiSN attended the Deepwater Decommissioning Workshop, Gulf of Mexico, held on May 23rd – 24th 2017 at the DoubleTree in Houston, USA.
This workshop was all about providing us with the tools and knowledge that is required to face the challenges of Deepwater Well Plugging & Abandonment.