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ABL launches professional training courses

Global energy and marine consultancy ABL today announces the launch of dedicated training products to support competence, technical development and reinforce best practice, across the oil and gas industry.

The courses have been developed through a combination of ABL’s multi-disciplined technical expertise and wealth of practical and operational experience amassed across the oil & gas sector. Designed to enhance the knowledge and skills of workforces, the course offerings will enable safe, efficient and effective operations.  

“ABL’s training products focus on performance standards and the associated assurance tasks, as an extension to ABL’s core activity in asset and integrity management. We offer learning and development programmes tailored to different levels in an organisation, from senior management to front line workers, delivered in-house face-to-face or virtually by subject matter expert instructors,”

says Tammi Nicklin, Asset & Integrity Management Training Service Manager.

ABL Training is the re-brand of Add Energy Academy, which consisted of plant operations and maintenance training courses delivered by asset integrity management consultancy Add Energy – which is now part of ABL.

Growing course portfolio

ABL Training’s portfolio includes the P100 Field Production Operations, M100 Field Maintenance, and a range of Process Safety Management courses.

In addition, ABL Training offers courses that can be integrated with suppliers’ and operators’ own HSE programmes.

Looking ahead, ABL Training is primed to expand by capitalising on its extensive track records, data sets, and diverse in-house skill sets, bringing added value through enhanced operational efficiency to the oil and gas industry.

SynergenOG partnership

To strengthen its training product offering, ABL has entered a partnership with international engineering consultancy SynergenOG, which brings a wealth of process safety management courses and a decade’s worth of experience in industry-related training programmes.

ABL and SynergenOG align their learning materials to customers’ own standards, procedures, and local regulations. Part of the offering is also to help customers identify future knowledge requirements and roadmaps to avoid loss of experience and skill.

“Last year, we conducted a survey among hundreds of global maintenance managers worldwide. Competence and training of staff was listed second highest on the list of topics that maintenance teams struggle with the most. The demand for this type of professional training services exists, and we aim to use our in-depth knowledge from the oil and gas industry to satisfy this requirement,”

says Ben Lazenby, CEO of ABL.

ABL, which is part of Oslo-listed ABL Group ASA, is an independent energy and marine consultancy specialising in solutions to de-risk and drive the energy transition across renewables, maritime and oil and gas sectors.