Wood Group worker wins supply chain award for cost-saving collaboration with Shell

Andrew Sorrie
Andrew Sorrie

A worker at the Wood Group has won this year’s Young Oil & Gas Supply Chain Professional of the Year award.

The Chartered Institute of Procurement & Supply (CIPS) sponsored the award to highlight success at a young age in supply chain in the oil and gas industry.

Andrew Sorrie from Wood Group PSN was presented with his award in Aberdeen for the ‘outstanding work’ he and his team carried out in collaboration with Shell to improve efficiency and cost savings.

As a result, Sorrie has also been awarded a place on the Scottish Enterprise Oil & Gas Future Industry Leaders Programme, designed to bring together the brightest and best from across the industry to learn the leadership skills needed for the future of the industry in Scotland.

Meanwhile, Wood Group has won an extension to its N. Sea master service contract with Apache under which it will continue to deliver subsea engineering and consultancy services in support of Apache’s routine operation and maintenance works, as well as detailed engineering for future subsea developments across its entire North Sea portfolio.

This comprises the Forties and Beryl areas, Scottish Area Gas Evacuation (SAGE) pipeline and the onshore SAGE facility at St Fergus.

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