Setting professionals up for success: Assuring a competent workforce to the onshore industry

March 29, 2017 - Rebecca Baker

Nederlandse Aardolie Maatschappij (NAM) is an exploration and production company based in Assen in the Netherlands. NAM’s core business is to explore, extract and produce oil and gas within the Dutch territory. NAM supplies 75% of the natural gas required by Dutch households and businesses. Read More
Working in the Belly of the Beast: A Mechanic in the Offshore Industry

September 24, 2015 - Rebecca Baker

For the last 30 years, Henk Schlüter has developed his passion for mechanical engineering into a diverse career in the offshore and maritime industries. After spending the last eight years working through Atlas, Henk has had opportunities to work on some of the industry’s most complex machinery; opportunities that would make any mechanic jealous. Read More
Safe and speedy Startup

February 7, 2014 - Bregje Rooijendijk

After Oranje-Nassau Energy B.V. (ONE) had discovered gas and condensate in well Maasgeul- 3 in 2011, the development of the plant in Rotterdam started in July 2013. The project is proceding well, with the ambitious goal of being ‘Ready For Startup’ (RFS) later this year. Normally these projects take five years to complete; however, this one is aiming for three. The safe hours are also flying by, as the project has already reached a significant period of safe hours. Read More
Olgert Klompstra as Process Operator

June 19, 2012 - Coraline Mulder

Olgert has been working at the Sour Gas Treatment Plant since he was first employed by Atlas Professionals. “Ten years ago I came into contact with the agency Dietsmann in Emmen, which was later taken over by Atlas. Read More
Velabor Ljubojevic at the Seafox 2

July 18, 2011 - Coraline Mulder

In less than 6 months I completed all of my offshore training and started working on the Seafox 2. I chose this job because of the working rotation and the discipline in offshore work. Read More