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ODE Asset Management awarded Integrity Management Services contract at Interconnector (UK) Limited’s Bacton Gas Terminal

3rd August 2020

ODE Asset Management Ltd (ODE AM), part of the DORIS Group, has been awarded a contract with Interconnector (UK) Limited (IUK) for the provision of Integrity Management services.

The contract is for an initial five-year period to provide Integrity Management, onsite inspection and non-destructive testing services, and acting as Competent Person in accordance with the UK’s Pressure Systems Safety Regulations (PSSR’S). > Read More

New partners join ODE and ERM in the Dolphyn Hydrogen Project Team

21st July 2020

Engineering and technical service provider Offshore Design Engineering (ODE) has been joined in the Dolphyn Hydrogen Project Team by new members NEL and Doosan. Alongside ODE, pre-existing partners include Tractabel Engie and ERM, a sustainability consultancy leading the Dolphyn (Deepwater Offshore Local Production of HYdrogeN) Project. > Read More

International Women in Engineering Day – Leanne Lake

30th June 2020

To conclude our week celebrating ODE Group’s female staff for International Women in Engineering Day, we spoke with Leanne Lake, Office Administrator, on why she works in the engineering industry. Leanne is pictured below (bottom left).

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International Women in Engineering Day – Hilary Sibley

29th June 2020

We spoke to Hilary Sibley, pictured above with her daughters who are fellow engineers, about her engineering experience for INWED 2020. Hilary is the Chief Piping Engineer for ODE.

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International Women in Engineering Day – Alice Parish Matheson

26th June 2020

To continue our celebration of ODE Group’s female engineers for International Women in Engineering Day, Alice Parish Matheson, a Senior Process Engineer, discussed her role as an engineer at ODE.

What is an engineer to you and why did you want to become one?

An engineer is someone who develops solutions to solve technical challenges.

My favourite subjects at school were Maths and the Sciences. When researching university courses, these subjects were prerequisites for engineering degrees. I was drawn to Chemical Engineering in particular because of the opportunity to innovate – to develop and design processes to create products and materials for a broad range of industries.

What opportunities have you had through your work at ODE?

Prior to ODE, the majority of projects I had worked on were hydrocarbon-based. ODE has given me the opportunity to work on a number of renewable studies and projects, developing and optimising energy solutions for the future. Being able to work on projects that will enable the UK to significantly reduce its carbon emissions gives me pride in the work I do; it has been a very valuable experience for me.

At ODE, I have also had the opportunity to be closely involved with the delivery of projects for several UK gas terminals. Being able to easily visit sites has given me a good understanding of some of the challenges on the ground without having to travel halfway around the world!

What was a stand-out moment of your career?

Working up from a junior level to my current position as Senior Process Engineer has steadily given me more responsibility and it is rewarding to now help train and develop younger engineers as they progress their own careers.

Personally, becoming Chartered a few years ago was great recognition of all the hard work invested in four years of University study and career experience. I now feel very confident in my role and look forward to what the future might bring!

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