Stork reappointed endorsed trainer by Institute of Asset Management

Stork, global provider of knowledge-based asset integrity services focused on the Oil & Gas sector, has been reappointed as an Endorsed Trainer by the renowned Institute of Asset Management (IAM). As technical services provider, Stork holds a unique position to work on asset management at its customers, based on a field-proven asset management framework which is the back bone of the endorsed training.

Stork’s Asset Management Consultancy was officially listed as AIM Endorsed Training Provider in 2011. This enabled Stork to provide authorized asset management training to its customers in the global Oil & Gas, Chemical and Power sectors. Including courses on ISO 55000. This is the international standard on which an increasing number of companies  structure their asset management.

“We are very proud to be recognized as official training partner again. This demonstrates our commitment to support our customers based on leading asset management  principles”, says Femke de Jager, Vice President Asset Management Consultancy at Stork. “Our certified consultants already look back on a strong track record of training sessions, which are also applied as part of asset management implementation assignments . The reappointment will assure the expected quality level in future sessions.”

Recently, Stork organized an extensive asset integrity management training program for the Chinese National Offshore Oil Corporation (CNOOC).Twenty-five managers and engineers of CNOOC visited the Stork headquarters in Utrecht for a ten day training course on different aspects of asset integrity management in offshore oil and gas production. CNOOC is the largest producer of offshore crude oil and natural gas in China and one of the largest independent oil and gas exploration and production companies in the world.

For more information on the asset management trainings, including ISO 55000 workshops, please contact Stork’s Asset Management Consultancy: consultancy@stork.com

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