Lexus Holdings PLC, the oil and gas engineering services business and owner of the proprietary POS-GRIP® friction-grip method of wellhead engineering, has announced that it has been shortlisted in the ‘Environmental Sustainability Innovation’ and ‘Significant Contribution to the Industry’ categories of the Offshore Network’s OWI Global Awards 2022 (‘OWI Awards’ or ‘the Awards’).
Commenting on the nominations, Plexus’ CEO Ben Van Bilderbeek said:
“We are absolutely delighted to be included in these two categories and thank the OWI for the nominations. Our proprietary wellhead technology has been supporting the oil and gas industry for many years, particularly with regards to our ‘through the BOP’ and leak-proof ‘HG’® metal to metal sealing technology, which can help reduce methane gas emissions, over the lifetime of a well, thereby helping operators meet their ESG goals.”
“Safe operating practices have always been at the forefront of our technology, which delivers a cost-effective, science-based, preventative leak-free solution that can be verified, monitored, and reported at the well site. I believe that adoption of technology like POS-GRIP is pivotal to the oil and gas industry, if it is to meet its NetZero commitments and combat climate change. We wish all award nominees luck and look forward to the results.”
The Awards recognise the best in well intervention excellence and include Schlumberger, Weatherford and Expro among the listed nominees. The eight categories are:
- Digital Transformation Leader
- Champion Integrated Well Service Company
- Best Example of Collaboration
- Best Project Outcome
- Environmental Sustainability Innovation
- Most Innovative Solution
- Plug and Abandonment Excellence
- Significant Contribution to the Industry
- The Awards will be broadcasted globally and will take place in Aberdeen on the 25th November 2022.
Read the article online at: https://www.oilfieldtechnology.com/drilling-and-production/21092022/plexus-shortlisted-in-the-owi-global-awards-2022/
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