Energy recruitment experts launch new website to boost global expansion

Energy recruitment experts launch new website to boost global expansion

Bureau's new website follows its recent relocation to modern new premises in Priory Park, Hessle. Bureau has enjoyed year-on-year growth since being awarded the Queen's Award for Enterprise in 2016 and is now the preferred supplier to a large number of global energy organisations to provide technical resourcing, from contract manpower to inspection. Managing director David Blanchard, who...

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US deal will export Humber’s offshore wind expertise

US deal will export Humber’s offshore wind expertise

The contract was signed on stage on May 2 at the Offshore Wind Connections Conference in Hull in front of an audience of 400 delegates from the UK and abroad. It is the result of work to develop relationships with the East Coast USA over theplast three years. Aura and Team Humber Marine Alliance will be developing an offshore wind strategy for Rhode Island Commerce Corporation after a successful...

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OWC 2019 to explore how Humber can embrace offshore wind sector deal

OWC 2019 to explore how Humber can embrace offshore wind sector deal

Offshore Wind Connections (OWC 2019), on May 1 and 2 in Hull, will celebrate the region’s status as an established cluster and bring together leading experts from industry, education and development agencies to understand how the Humber can capitalise and continue to develop its leading UK position as a result of the deal which was announced last month. With headline sponsorship from innogy, the...

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Humber’s decarbonisation ambitions boosted as roadmap funding secured

Humber’s decarbonisation ambitions boosted as roadmap funding secured

The joint bid for funding from Innovate UK will enable the first phase of work on a detailed decarbonisation delivery plan for the region’s major industrial cluster, which will aim to protect important jobs and industries while reducing carbon emissions. The Humber’s bid was awarded £96,000 to develop a plan for producing the roadmap (phase one), which – if approved – could lead to a...

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Prescott: ‘The Humber can lead the world to a low-carbon economy’

Prescott: ‘The Humber can lead the world to a low-carbon economy’

The former deputy prime minister was one of the architects of the ground-breaking Kyoto Protocol in 1997 that first committed nations around the world to cut greenhouse gases. More than two decades later, he is continuing to promote the vital need to reduce carbon emissions and has thrown his weight behind a new, long-term campaign launched by Marketing Humber and the University of Hull. The...

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