- Press Statement28 December 2006
- Graduates Complete Training Programme19 December 2006
- Trading update18 December 2006
- Investment in UK North Sea Interest18 December 2006
- Education Project for Sudanese Community14 December 2006
- Petrofac Awarded Duty Holder Contract in the Southern North Sea14 December 2006
- UK's First Pipeline Training Facility opens in the UK1 December 2006
- Petrofac Awarded Irish Sea Duty Holder Contract27 November 2006
- Petrofac Wins Consecutive Gas Plant Contract in Egypt27 November 2006
- Petrofac Wins OCA Awards22 November 2006
- Hasdrubal Gas Plant Contract Award in Tunisia15 November 2006
- WaGE Meets Major Milestones14 November 2006
- Petrofac Wins Gas Plant Contract in Egypt14 November 2006
- Petrofac Awarded Strasshof Development FEED13 November 2006
- First Cargo Lifting from Cendor Field, Malaysia9 November 2006
- Investment in Tunisian Interest9 November 2006
- Petrofac Training to establish Deepwater Training function for BP USA29 March 2006
- Petrofac Training Secures Contract with ECITB24 March 2006
- Shell Selects RGIT Montrose to Deliver New Standard in Water Survival Training in the Gulf of Mexico6 March 2006
- Petrofac Wins Contract in Kazakhstan with Karachaganak Award1 March 2006
Community Involvement Group Appoints New Chair
9 October, 2006
Petrofac’s Community Involvement Group (CIG), which supports activities within the Aberdeen local community, has appointed Eleanor Milne as chair.
Milne, who is finance director at Petrofac Facilities Management, will lead the team to continue with the good work it does in the north east, as well as overseeing charity and community donations in other areas of the UK where the company operates.
She commented: “Our objectives are to improve the well-being of the communities within which we operate and enhance the reputation and good standing of the company and its employees. There is an emphasis on the engagement of our people with our local communities and among the factors we take into consideration are ‘Will we make a difference?’, ‘Is it local?’ and ‘What positive impact could we make?’”
Over the last year, the CIG has supported various charities and community organisations including cancer research and support groups, charities for the homeless and local sports clubs. Projects that are currently receiving support include the Grampian Police street football initiative, which takes football coaching and games to deprived areas in the city, and Cornerstone Community Care, a leading provider in Scotland of services for adults and children with learning disabilities and other special needs.
In addition, the CIG continues to support wheelchair athlete Kenny Herriot and recently hosted a tea party at the ‘Petrofac Ritz’ for local pensioners and members of Cornerstone. Petrofac took part in Jeans for Genes Day on Friday, 6 October and raised more than £800 to fund research and support services to children affected by genetic disorders.