Three companies have joined IOGP in the past few months, bringing the Association’s membership to its highest level in recent years. Here is a short profile of each of our newest members.
TechnipFMC is a global leader in subsea, onshore/offshore and surface projects. The company’s 37,000-plus employees work in all of IOGP’s designated operating regions: Africa, Asia/Pacific, the Middle East, the Americas, Europe, Russia and the Caspian.
From concept to project delivery and beyond, TechnipFMC uses innovative technologies and improved efficiencies to unlock new possibilities for clients in developing their oil and gas resources.
TechnipFMC is located in London, a few minutes’ walk from IOGP’s City Tower headquarters.
The Company’s Member Representative is John W. Boyd, Senior Vice President, Quality, Health, Safety, Environment and Security.
As ancient hieroglyphics and wall paintings show, Egypt has relied on oil as a fuel since pharaonic times. More recently, the Egyptian General Petroleum Corporation (EGPC) was founded to find and develop the nation’s oil and gas resources.
Since 1976, EGPC has been a leader in the nation’s exploration and production. Today, the company produces the equivalent of around 620,000 barrels of oil per day, helping to satisfy local demand for petroleum products. Other objectives include increasing oil production, enhancing reserves and making the most of export opportunities and revenues. Equally important is EGPC’s commitment to applying international standards in health, safety and the environment.
EGPC’s IOGP Member Representative is Gamal Fathy Mohamed, the CEO’s Assistant for HSE.
Collaboration, agility and the courage to do things differently are the driving characteristics of Spirit Energy. The company was created in 2017 following the combination of Centrica’s E&P business and Bayerngas Norge AS.
Spirit Energy’s team of more than 800 people is committed to the development of oil and gas reserves in Europe. Current production is 50 million barrels of oil equivalent per year. At the same time, the Company is exploring ways to tap into reserves and resources amounting to more than 600 million barrels.
Spirit Energy’s IOGP Member Representative is Aberdeen-based Steve Grant, the Company’s head of HSES.