SIGNAL2NOISE awarded two-year Equinor contract

From left - Jack Haggerty, Neil McKechnie, Mark Turner and Jamie Baikie
From left – Jack Haggerty, Neil McKechnie, Mark Turner and Jamie Baikie

Subscribe to our newsletter

To be updated with all the latest news, offers and special announcements.

Digital media producer SIGNAL2NOISE has been awarded a significant two-year contract to supply a cutting-edge interactive HSE induction package to Norwegian energy giant Equinor. The new induction will be viewed by thousands of offshore personnel who will mobilise to all of Equinor’s UK assets, over the coming years.

Previously workers had to physically attend an induction training course in Aberdeen.

The new online induction tool allows them to complete their induction from anywhere in the world.

This will result in significant cost savings for Equinor and its contractors. 

SIGNAL2NOISE are developing bespoke software, which will combine specially shot video, animation, interactivity and Gamification in a unique way, all customised to Equinor’s specific HSE requirements.

This contract is the latest in a series of projects SIGNAL2NOISE have produced for Equinor over the last two years.

In addition, SIGNAL2NOISE’s framework contract with Equinor UK, to produce video, animation and digital media has just been extended for a further two years.  

SIGNAL2NOISE has an unrivalled understanding of the global oil and gas industry with particular expertise in international multi-location film production and communicating with diverse audiences. Over the past few years they have filmed in France, USA, Norway, Oman and Dubai.

Mark Turner, Creative Director at SIGNAL2NOISE said, “Equinor are a company who place great emphasis on innovative and creative solutions throughout their business. This new project allows us to build on our solid relationship by combining a diverse range of techniques to create an effective and unique induction tool. We’re proud to have been awarded these significant contracts.”  

Share

Share on facebook
Share on twitter
Share on linkedin

Related News