The latest news and insights from SMS
In this interview we speak with Phil Adams on his 30 years experience with Hydraulic and Industrial Hoses. We discuss the criticality of Hoses, environmental possibilities, and the future.
SMS is celebrating a major new project with a leading global oilfield services client in Angola to provide two replacement HPUs (Hydraulic Power Units) to a field that supports oil and gas extraction.
Our Group Marketing and Sales Executive, Rain Crowson, attended a thought-provoking webinar on Tuesday this week organised by SPE. The topic was the Role of Young Professionals in the Energy Transition.
We recently caught up with Tom Salmon, Senior Sales Manager at Alderley and SMS to ask him about the challenges of his role and his thoughts on the prospects for the global FPSO market.
In this topical article, SMS’ CEO Colin Elcoate argues for the need for continued investment in North Sea gas as a means of securing the UK’s energy security and transition to a low carbon world.
The UK supply chain needs urgent clarity on the future of the North Sea – if we get it right, we can all prosper from the transition
SMS’ CEO Colin Elcoate argues why it’s important that the supply chain gets the clarity it needs on the future of the North Sea in this thought-provoking article.
This week’s launch of the new SMS website is a real milestone for our company.
We caught up with Andy Gibbs, SMS new Offshore Manager. Although “new”, Andy previously worked for SMS a few years back and we’re extremely pleased to see him return, utilising his wealth of experience within the industry and existing knowledge of SMS products and services to support our Offshore operations.
Our Business Development Manager based in Singapore, Paul Saunders, shares with us his experience within the FPSO industry and how he’s finding the pandemic has affected the FPSO market; including the restrictions of mobilisation and travel, and how cuts in CAPEX investment has led to interest in FPSO Redeployment.
Despite the difficulties of the current climate, SMS staff are currently undergoing several training courses – putting us in a key position to support our customers once restrictions are lifted and the Energy industry is back to full operation.