Making Waves Marketing has developed a number of mini packages to support clients during challenging times – particularly during the current low oil price. Never has it been more important to keep your company’s products and services at the forefront of your customers’ minds, and we can help with ensuring your marketing doesn’t lose momentum, even if your budgets have been slashed. … Read More
It’s time for oil investors to start taking electric cars seriously.
In the next two years, Tesla and Chevy plan to start selling electric cars with a range of more than 200 miles priced in the $30,000 range. Ford is investing billions, Volkswagen is investing billions, and Nissan and BMW are investing billions.… Read More
Bell Geospace, world leaders in Gravity Gradiometry, is pleased to announce that they have acquired their fourth Full Tensor Gravity Gradiometer (FTG). The addition of this instrument to their fleet will allow Bell to continue to meet the needs of clients in Africa and Southeast Asia while increasing activity in the Americas and Europe. … Read More
‘Uncertainty – Is Technology the Solution?’ With Professor Robert Winston
Central Hall Westminster, Tuesday 8 March 2016, 6pm
The PESGB is delighted to announce that the distinguished Parliamentarian, Professor and TV presenter, Robert Winston, will be presenting the 6th Annual Stoneley Lecture on the topic of ‘Uncertainty – Is Technology the Solution?’ at Central Hall Westminster on Tuesday 8 March 2016 from 6pm.… Read More
Making Waves Marketing is pleased to announce that we are working with Minus7, an innovative renewable technology company, based on the Isle of Wight and Staffordshire.
The award winning technology provides all the hot water and heating required to run both commercial and domestic buildings, and is proven to increase the value of new builds and retrofits. … Read More
Energy Software Intelligence Analytics (“ESIA”) is pleased to announce the completion of the acquisition of Douglas-Westwood Limited (“DWL”). The acquisition of Douglas-Westwood represents ESIA’s next step in delivering a growth strategy for the company that includes a mix of new product development and acquisitions. ESIA’s strategic vision is to create best-in-class solutions for its customers and the addition of the consulting and analytical services from Douglas-Westwood extends ESIA’s reach into the oilfield services market (“OFS”).… Read More
It’s rare to work in an industry that doesn’t have times that are quieter than others, and I’ve found myself reflecting a lot on how best to use that time. Running a small company in difficult times has the effect (on me at least) of putting us into survival mode – do we flee, or do we fight?… Read More
According to the leaked letter from UK Energy Secretary, Amber Rudd, the UK is forecast to miss the renewable energy target under which it is supposed to get 15% of UK’s energy consumption from renewable sources by 2020.
The letters from Rudd, acquired by the Ecologist, reveal that the UK is expected to fall short of reaching the 2020 target by 3.5% or 50 TW/h, but adds that ‘publically we are clear that the UK continues to make progress to meet the target.’
Commenting on the leaked letter, Molly Scott Cato, the Green MEP, told The Guardian that Rudd had“serious questions to answer about why she has reported something to parliament which appears inconsistent with what she has been telling other ministers.”
Amber Rudd admitted to the Commons Energy and Climate Change Committee on Tuesday, November 10, that the UK currently does not have the right policies to meet the EU target.… Read More
Sir Patrick Brown, Chairman of the Oil and Gas Authority (OGA), has today confirmed the appointment of three Non-Executive Directors to the OGA Board.
Mary Hardy, Non-Executive Director and Chair OGA Audit and Risk Committee
Mary trained and became an audit partner at Ernst and Young before moving in-house, eventually becoming Group Audit Director for Diageo; Director of Internal Audit for Transport for London, and then Head of Risk Assurance at LOCOG, until 2013.… Read More
Oil and Gas Marketing firm, Dancy Dynamics, has today announced that it is to become Making Waves Marketing. Drawing on their experience in the oil and gas sector, Making Waves will also include expertise in renewable energy and marine technology.
Managing Director, Tracey Dancy, commented “We have been running very successfully as Dancy Dynamics for 4 years, but with the addition to our team of expertise in the renewable energy and marine technology sectors, we felt it was time to change the company name to reflect that wider remit. … Read More