Centrica Energy Sponsor Nexen Sponsor Subsea 7 Sponsor

Our Sponsors

 The following companies sponsor EngSoc.

We issue thanks to them for their continued support and generosity.

Without the support of our sponsors we would not be able to provide you with all the presentations, site visits and networking events you have thoroughly enjoyed!

Please visit our sponsor companies corporate websites to find out more about who they are, their strategies, and their excellent graduate programmes.

Centrica Energy

Centrica Energy Website

Centrica Energy’s Exploration and Production business was established in 1985 after first gas was produced from the South Morecambe field in the East Irish Sea.

In January 2010, the business was transformed following the acquisitions of Venture Production and Suncor’s Trinidad and Tobago business.

In the last three years, it’s delivered on an ambitious growth agenda by increasing oil and gas production by 50% to more than 220,000 barrels of oil equivalent each day. The business has also secured its position as a top gas producer on the UK Continental Shelf, become one of the fastest growing new entrants in Norway and has begun its first drilling campaign in Trinidad and Tobago.

The North Sea will continue to be a key part of Exploration and Production’s portfolio, while it also significantly grows its North American operations.

Nexen

Nexen Website

How We Work. What We Do.

We create value by responsibly supplying the energy that fuels people’s lives.

The world needs clean, secure and affordable energy. We meet this need by harnessing our exceptional talent, world-class assets and progressive technology to find and develop oil and gas resources around the world. It’s Nexen’s way of building a profitable and responsible business.

Nexen discovers and develops energy resources in some of the world’s most significant basins – including the UK North Sea, offshore West Africa, the United States and Western Canada. Using innovation, we generate value from our three core businesses: conventional oil & gas, oil sands and shale gas.

Whether it’s using hydraulic fracturing technology to unlock an unconventional gas asset, implementing gasification technology in our oil sands operations, or drilling wells 34,000 feet deep in the Gulf of Mexico, we employ state-of-the-art techniques to maximize production while minimizing environmental impacts.

In all our operations, Nexen’s talented employees are the key to making us a successful, responsible energy developer. We recognize, value and reward the contributions of high-performing individuals in achieving our objectives.

Subsea 7

Subsea 7 Website

Subsea 7 operates internationally as one group – we are locally sensitive and globally aware, sharing our expertise and experience to create innovative solutions with our clients.

We are more than solution providers, we are solution partners – ready to make long-term investments in our people, assets, know-how and relationships in support of our clients.

We work in partnership with our clients to develop and maintain long-term relationships that add value to their projects.

Our diverse, integrated and dedicated teams are experts in their fields and have a track record of safely and efficiently executing complex projects in harsh and challenging environments.

We have the flexibility to respond quickly and sensitively to local demands, leveraging the full strength of our global resources and know-how.

The Illicit Still

Illicit Still Website

The Illicit Still is our sponsored social venue for 2013/2014.

Situated in the heart of Aberdeen city centre, The Illicit Still is famed for its warm and friendly atmosphere with comfortable surroundings.

Now reopened to the public after a revamp in May 2011, enhancing the current surroundings we have introduced a new pool area, HD televisions, dark gothic bespoke seating den. Creating a pub venue unlike anything else in Aberdeen.


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