Well management and performance improvement specialist EXCEED has been announced as a finalist in the Press and Journal Gold Awards. Jointly organised by the Press and Journal and its sister website, Energy Voice, the inaugural awards mark the major milestone of 50 years of North Sea oil and gas.
Aberdeen-based EXCEED has been shortlisted in the ‘Global Impact’ category, which acknowledges companies that have demonstrated considerable growth in overseas business. Winners will be announced at a prestigious black-tie ceremony at the Marcliffe Hotel in Aberdeen, on Friday 5 June.
Founded in 2005, EXCEED has grown its service offering to manage and support a number of major wells projects around the globe, and delivers expert performance improvement solutions through its team of specialist coaches. By supporting a number of pioneering well management projects, Exceed has developed a strong presence in the UK, Canada, Southeast Asia, and Africa.
Ian Mills, director and founder of EXCEED , said: “We are honoured to have been shortlisted in the Press and Journal Gold Awards. EXCEED has grown significantly over the last 10 years, having placed particular focus on global expansion during that time. To be recognised in the ‘Global Impact’ category is a great achievement for us.
“The hard work and commitment of the whole team has driven our international expansion and delivered results.’’
As part of the company’s strategic growth plan, it regularly re-invests back into the business, with £500,000 committed over the last 12 months. EXCEED's specialist project teams operate in 20 countries, across five continents, and support client operations by working on-site.
Mr Mills continued: “We plan to continue to increase our presence worldwide and enter new markets, in addition to investing in our people. This is a fantastic way to mark our tenth year in business, and the whole team is looking forward to the awards ceremony and building on this success in the future.”
Industry professionals will come together on Friday, 5 June for the awards ceremony at the Marcliffe. In addition to the Global Impact category, winners will be announced for Most Influential Business of the Past 50 Years, Most Influential Business of the Next 50 Years, Emerging Leader, Innovation of the Past 50 Years, and Innovation for the Future. Andy Samuel, chief executive of the Oil and Gas Authority (OGA), will deliver a keynote speech at the event.Back to News