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Servelec Controls, a leading independent integrator of mission critical control and safety systems has been shortlisted for the 2018 SPE (Society of Petroleum Engineers) Aberdeen Offshore Achievement Awards Innovator Award, sponsored by The Oil & Gas Technology Centre.

Servelec Controls has been shortlisted for its innovative Remote Operations solution. “Some oil and gas installations require costly manned intervention to complete a variety of activities; primarily maintenance, modification, well services, inspection and fabric maintenance,” explains Andrew Mills, Managing Director at Servelec Controls. “Our solution which enables remote operation and automation of production and monitoring from onshore maximises the life of ageing assets, saves money, increases efficiency and improves safety. It rescues the life of aged assets aligning them to current legislation and regulation and ultimately returns them to commercial viability.

“This is the second time in six months that Servelec Controls’ has been recognised for its innovative solutions, and is deserved recognition for the dedicated and skilled people that make Servelec Controls an award winning company.” Servelec Controls was recognised with the Innovation Award and Company of the Year Award at the 2017 Energy Industries Council Awards.

The winner of the Innovator Award will be announced at the Offshore Achievement Awards ceremony to be held on Thursday 22 March, 2018. The SPE Aberdeen Offshore Achievement Awards is the biggest and longest established oil, gas and renewables industry awards for the UK offshore energy sector, covering all aspects from supply to upstream operations and offshore renewables.

Servelec Controls is one of the largest independent systems integrators, established with many of the leading automation equipment manufacturers worldwide. Servelec Controls specialises in industrial control, safety and real-time information systems delivering full turnkey engineering solutions and is an industry leader in the design and implementation of functional safety systems.