TDW Offshore Services AS, a leading provider of pipeline services and technology, today announced that it has distributed a bonus to its employees worldwide.
To what does the company attribute its turn of good fortune? Demand for TDW Offshore Services' pipeline maintenance and isolation services rose through 2008, tied in large part to the fluctuating price of oil. When oil was priced at USD$140 per barrel, demand slowed resulting in the surplus oil being stored in pipelines. "With the pipelines full of oil, many companies deferred carrying out maintenance that would normally have taken place had the oil been moving through the pipeline. The knock-on effect was that TDW wasn’t retained to carry out these services, and sales dipped," said Sim. "When the price per barrel dropped to USD$40-45 dollars, our phones starting ringing with requests from customers for pipeline maintenance services, and they haven’t stopped," he added.
To keep pace with demand, TDW Offshore Services is actively recruiting for additional staff to fill a wide variety of roles, both on- and offshore. Those with experience in the oil and gas industry are encouraged to consider applying for openings in project management, human resources, engineering, logistics and quality control, among others. The company is also looking for apprentices in electro-mechanics to work throughout the summer months at its workshop in Forus, Norway.
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