3T Energy Group has opened a new China office after winning several new contracts in the territory for its training and technology solutions, which are helping the energy sector work safer, smarter and more efficiently.
The new office, which is located in TEDA, Tianjin, in the heart of the Chinese oil and gas industry, will become a base for 3T Energy Group to service its customers in the region and to build further new relationships across China.
Over the past 12 months, 3T Energy Group has been working with some of China’s largest oil and gas companies to drive continuous improvement and greater efficiencies. As well as helping with the adoption of internationally recognized training standards and accreditations, 3T has been providing market-leading training simulators and training and competency management software systems.
3T Energy Group combines the expertise of advanced simulator developer and manufacturer, Drilling Systems with leading energy sector training provider, AIS to bring cutting-edge technology such as simulators, e-learning, virtual reality and integrated software together with traditional training methods to enhance the skills, knowledge and performance of energy sector personnel.
The new Group is already making its mark on the global energy industry having recently acquired offshore training company, Survivex to become the largest energy training provider in the UK.
“China is one of the world’s top consumers of crude oil and natural gas and there is a sustained drive by the Chinese authorities to improve efficiencies and competitiveness across the sector,” Paul Stonebanks, Group President at 3T Energy Group, said. “It is a fantastic place to do business and the introduction of our products and services to some of the country’s largest oil and gas organizations will help transform training in China and drive improvements in the health, safety and operations of the huge working population.”
”3T Energy Group’s vision is to help the energy sector work smarter, safer and to drive operational improvements,” Mr Stonebanks continued. “Our new China office will allow us to leverage our technologies and expertise and bring us closer to our Chinese customers to develop tailored solutions specifically for them. We have been working in-country for a year and have an energetic team of British and Chinese employees – headed up by one of our experienced directors, Paul Attrill – all focused on transforming training with technology.”