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Tuesday, 27th November 2012 at 6:55pm
This great gadget is shaped after a bonsai tree, but instead of leaves it has solar panels on its branches. It stores up the energy it collects allowing you to charge your gadgets wirelessly.
But it comes at a price - around about £175 if you can get your hands on one.
Thursday, 13th September 2012 at 8:02pm
Combining exercise bikes, a neon male stripper, DJ decks and several fit Parisians, the ad encourage exercise with the reward of an animated striptease.
A great bit of fun.
Tuesday, 19th June 2012 at 9:26pm
We worked with them throughout the event, set up media interviews and arranged for Scottish Minister for Energy, Enterprise and Tourism, Fergus Ewing, to visit their exhibition stand which FoundOcean shared with BASF Construction Chemicals.
The Minister congratulated both companies on the recent Gwynt Y Môr Offshore Wind Farm Limited contract win and at the same time met with the representatives of RWE, the wind farm owner.
(left to right ) FoundOcean: Keith Miller, Chairman. RWE: Mike Nolan, Gwynt y Môr Procurement Manager and Alastair Gill, RWE npower Renewables. Fergus Ewing, Scottish Minister for Energy, Enterprise and Tourism. BASF: Chris Fletcher, Head of Construction Chemicals - UK & Ireland. FoundOcean: Jim Bell, Managing Director.
Thursday, 7th June 2012 at 6:46am
FoundOcean is a leading engineering company which has been providing offshore grouting services for the global energy construction industries for over 45 years. It provides a range of services to the oil & gas and renewable energy sectors including foundation and structural grouting, structural repair and strengthening, as well as pipeline and cable support and protection across the globe.
The Think Tank has been appointed to raise FoundOcean's profile within these sectors through PR support activity in the UK and beyond.
Working closely with the in-house marketing team we have been developing article opportunities and comment pieces across the European energy sector press, engaging with stakeholders, discussing key industry issues and demonstrating that FoundOcean has the expertise and experience to answer the needs of the sector through innovative engineering.
Over the coming months we will be securing opportunities within the core industry titles to raise awareness of FoundOcean's capabilities, and position it at the forefront of sector expertise. We will be focusing our efforts on delivering and securing industry comment, feature articles and case studies around the groundbreaking work that FoundOcean is doing, and supporting the company at exhibitions and events.
Tuesday, 3rd April 2012 at 7:59pm
The Think Tank headed to Livingston, Scotland last week to help with the official opening ceremony of FoundOcean’s newly expanded Offshore Service Base. The event was held to celebrate FoundOcean’s achievements and the Scottish Minister for Energy, Enterprise and Tourism, Fergus Ewing, was guest of honour. He gave a passionate and humorous speech to the delight of the guests – in spite of an influx of overhead aircraft seemingly trying to drown out his voice!
While stressing the need for businesses like FoundOcean to be able to transfer their technologies, services and products between industry sectors, Fergus also remarked that he had come a long way since the first opening ceremony where he was guest of honour, at a sewage works 12 years ago!
The event also included guided tours around the facilities with FoundOcean’s offshore personnel explaining the function of equipment to the guests – representatives of offshore oil and gas, and renewables companies, industry bodies, media and even the RNLI.
FoundOcean is the global leader in subsea and offshore grouting, which to translate into layman’s terms means fixing offshore structures like oil and gas platforms and wind farms to the sea bed.
The opening ceremony was a huge success and with more offshore projects in the pipeline than ever before the future looks bright for FoundOcean. The company is celebrating doubling its revenue and personnel since 2009.
Find out more about FoundOcean here.
Monday, 11th April 2011 at 10:08am
No more more ugly black coloured entagled wires. Just a sleek black design that irons out all your charging whoes.
Click here to read more.
Wednesday, 26th January 2011 at 5:31am