Meet Scott Cooper, our Base Manager in Qatar.
Scott’s primary task is to manage the day-to-day base operations in Qatar. He manages train client staff, and conduct quality control of our loadouts, while keeping good communication with the clients and Global Gravity Offshore teams regarding pre-planning, ongoing operations, and backloads to the base.
“I have worked in Qatar on and off for the past 11 years as Operations Manager for Well Service and Integrity, so I have met a lot of great client and supplier contacts during this time,” Scott says.
He appreciates the working environment at Global Gravity and the way the employees are able to share knowledge with each other.
“Global Gravity is a very friendly, family-like company to work for with a wealth of knowledge coming from various sectors in the oil and gas industry, he says”
He sees TubeLock® TTRS as a game-changer in the way pipes are handled in a safe and professional manner. His main goal is for Global Gravity to supply TubeLock® TTRS to multiple regions throughout the Middle East.
When he first started at Global Gravity, he was put straight to work with his first trip carrying out a trial for Equinor on the Noble Lloyd Noble. Since then, he has also prepared jobs in Germany and Holland where he went offshore to run a job.
Scott is an expert in working with TubeLock® TTRS and is always ready to help you with your next pipe handling job.
3rd party, Viegand Maagøe A/S, did full research about carbon footprint where TubeLock and business-as-usual wire were compared. The study included many areas, and the result shows that TubeLock TTRS System produces 16.6 tons of CO2 and standard slings produce 51.81 tons of CO2 per standard well. This is yet another confirmation that Global Gravity