3T Energy Group will showcase latest training technology at ADIPEC

three 3 7The company will be providing the first glimpse of its latest high-tech innovations including a new generation of simulators, mobile On-The-Rig simulators and virtual reality. (Image source: 3T Energy Group)Global technology and training organisation, 3T Energy Group, will be showcasing the very latest in energy training technology at ADIPEC 2018

3T Energy Group will be giving ADIPEC visitors the first glimpse of its latest high-tech innovations including a new generation of simulators, mobile On-The-Rig simulators and virtual reality.

The company will also be launching its ‘Transform’ range of sophisticated training management software to effectively manage skills and competencies. The software recently won an oil and gas UK Award for innovation after helping energy companies reduce training costs and improve safety.

This is the very time 3T Energy Group, which includes advanced simulator manufacturer Drilling Systems and AIS Training, will exhibit at ADIPEC as a Group of companies.

3T Energy is becoming an increasingly powerful presence in the global energy training market having recently acquired offshore training company, Survivex, to become the largest energy sector training provider in the UK.

In 2019, this growth is expected to continue with annual revenues forecasted to be around US$65.81mn and 300 personnel employed in offices across the world including London, Houston, Dubai and China.

Paul Stonebanks, president of 3T Energy Group, said, “Through 3T Energy Group we plan to work even closer with our Middle East partners and clients to ensure we deliver the very best technology solutions to reduce costs, enhance performance and boost safety in the global energy sector.”

The company will be exhibiting in Hall 13, stand 13750 at ADIPEC

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