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Revolutionising the Workplace SynergenOG Action Tracking Management System (ActSYN™) The Holocene age we are living through entails a rapid rise in technology. Because of this, global organisations in diverse fields such as energy, manufacturing, finance, telecoms, pharmaceuticals, construction, agriculture, and transportation have a strong need to caption actions and ensure accountability from major events such...
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The past week was an eventful one for SynergenOG. We recently carried out a 2-day workshop for an Oil & Gas company, based in Kazakhstan. The training is an introductory course to Bowtie and BowTieXP Software for Karachaganak Petroleum Operating (KPO) BV, an Oil & Gas company working on the Karachaganak Field Development. A bowtie...
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Another day, another achievement unlocked!  SynergenOG is proud to announce that we are certified training providers! This significant milestone was recently achieved by the team at the Brunei office. Following the official authorisation by the Safety, Health and Environmental National Authority (SHENA) as an Approved Training Provider (ATP), we will be offering a range of...
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Four nuggets of wisdom to bring into the new year
Reading McNulty’s article had me pondering on my ‘blind spots’. Just like driving in a car, it’s imperative to have side mirrors to keep a close eye on areas you may not have noticed before. It helps keep you on your toes – or alert you of the impending dangers.  Consider new perspectives that go...
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Four Traits of a Resilient Team
Resilience is a powerful word. It is a common pretext in the military and sports sectors. In business, especially during the current pandemic, resilience has emerged as the forefront of any company and its employees to endure the profound changes in our daily lives.  Since the pandemic began, businesses have shifted to a different outlook...
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Synergy is defined as the “The interaction or cooperation of two or more organisations, substances, or other agents to produce a combined effect greater than the sum of their separate effects.” To put it in simple words, it is unity in diversity. Diversity is one of the many benefits that synergy brings in. It is...
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As an engineer, ongoing efforts at professional development is a necessity in order to effectively serve the needs of clients. As professionals who invent, design, build and test machinery as well as analyse complex systems and structures to fulfil functional objectives, upskilling ensures engineers are up to date on current industry practices and technological advances. ...
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Platform worker on an offshore rig
Established in 2012 by co-founders Dr. Keith Bell and Puvan Balasubramaniam, SynergenOG is the go-to engineering consultancy for impartial and honest advice on oil and gas HSE issues. The company bridges the divide between design, engineering and operations, with technical understanding and analytical power.  Our team of professionals combine decades of experience in both onshore...
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hydrogenation pilot plant project
It’s been a great honour for SynergenOG working with Japan’s Chiyoda Corporation on the Pilot Hydrogenation Plant Project. The project utilises imported hydrogen from Brunei and has since started providing clean fuel for the gas turbine power generators of Toa Oil Co in Kawasaki, near Tokyo. In order to meet the local COMAH regulatory requirements...
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The Seven Skills of the Future
According to economist and managing director, Saadia Zahidi of the World Economic Forum, the skills of the future are likely to be Analytical Thinking, Complex Problem-Solving, Innovation, Collaboration, Active Learning, Technology & Design, and Creativity. These seven flexible skills make an impact on an organisation’s ability to move forward and to weather through the storm...
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