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Atlas Professionals to launch new innovation at Special Event

October 20, 2016 - Rebecca Baker

On Tuesday 25 October, Atlas Professionals will be hosting their Special Event in Hall 1 at the Offshore Energy Exhibition in Amsterdam. The event will be the official launch of the company’s online planning tool Atlas4Clients, an online crewing solution that can be tailor made for each client. Read More
Atlas Professionals to exhibit at Offshore Energy 2016

October 11, 2016 - Coraline Mulder

On 25 and 26 October 2016, Atlas Professionals will be exhibiting at Offshore Energy Exhibition & Conference in Amsterdam. As the only dedicated offshore energy event in the Netherlands, Offshore Energy attracts over 11,000 unique visitors across 86 nationalities. Read More
Growing as a Professional in the Platforms and Jack Ups Industry

October 7, 2016 - Rebecca Baker

“I haven’t worked in the industry for very long but I have been fortunate to work on some interesting projects. Recently I was a part of the salvage team for the Troll Solution rig in the Gulf of Mexico. Last year the rig collapsed due to a fault in one of its legs and we were asked to recover some of its parts.” Read More
Success in Stavanger! Atlas Professionals at ONS 2016

September 6, 2016 - Coraline Mulder

Last week, Atlas Professionals exhibited at the ONS exhibition and conference in Stavanger, Norway. The exhibition attracted over 65,000 people across the four days and was the second largest ONS ever. 1,241 exhibitors from 40 countries showcased their companies to visitors from all over the world. As Atlas’ first time exhibiting at ONS it was a great opportunity to introduce our company and our team in Stavanger. Read More
Oil rig, dead ahead! Could offshore platforms become the new cruise trend?

July 29, 2016 - Rebecca Baker

If you’re bored with palm-fringed beaches and turquoise seas, why not try the gigantic oil platforms of the North Sea? The world’s first “rig-spotting” cruise has just ended off the coast of Norway, and tourists who were on board for the four-day trip have been talking about what they saw. “I couldn’t believe that these big buildings could be made,” said passenger Kari Somme, 86, after seeing Statoil’s Troll A platform – the heaviest structure ever moved by humans – towering 200 metres (650ft) above the surface of the sea. Read More

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