The outbreak of COVID-19 has changed the way we work, and also promoted further change that will affect how we work in the future. Some companies might be scared that the new working order is decreasing productivity and performance of their employees. However, Repsol Sinopec recently published an article claiming the exact opposite, namely that remote working has increased performance and cooperation across the company.
We are currently experiencing the pandemic outbreak of the Coronavirus. A result is that we have changed the way we do our day-to-day jobs, with many people working from home. Travel restrictions worldwide also prevents experts to travel to site. Today we have the technology to work remotely. However, before we set up our remote offices, we need to make sure that the connections we establish are safe and reliable. Therefore you need to do some considerations:
In Eldor, we are trying to adapt to an ever-changing market. These past months with the outbreak of Covid-19 and the sudden drop in the oil price, have shown us how quickly things can change. In order to be able to meet these changes and overcome them, we have started implementing some new strategies in Eldor.
Eldor is fully operational. We in Eldor are here to take care of your needs as a customer and the services you have ordered, in the best way possible. We have taken the necessary precautions to ensure the safety of all our employees and customers, and we are available to answer any questions and/or issues you might have during this time.
We want to thank everyone who worked together with Eldor in 2019 to achieve our common goals! I want to especially thank all the Eldor employees who made it possible for us to meet the expectations, without you it would not be possible. 2019 was a year with a lot of changes and development in the Eldor group.
Recently, five more Eldor employees completed the exida Alarm Management Practitioner certification. We now have nine certified exida AMPs in Eldor!
That Eldor has service level agreements with different customers on both ABB control system and Honeywell DynAMo?
This week a team from Kairos Technology attended the Fourth International Workshop on Functional Modelling (IWFM) at DTU in Copenhagen, Denmark. Claus Myllerup, CTO, demonstrated a customer case story with potential of reducing annual production loss by 0.5% for the studied process unit (plant-wide potential was estimated to 2.5%) and presented learning points from MFM based Hazop of a complete gas terminal. Sharat Kumar Pathi presented Functional Modelling of Offshore Oil & Gas Water Injection System along with Morten Lind and Jing Wu. Our Managing Director, Bjarne André Asheim, is in the Advisory Committee for IWFM.