Operators Grappling with Skills Shortages: A Global Challenge

Tackling the Skills Shortage: OPC’s Specialised Consultant Services Lead the Way

The energy industry is currently witnessing a struggle among operators worldwide in their search to secure the right skills for projects.

Over the past decade, the industry has undergone significant upheavals, leading to the departure or retirement of numerous talented and experienced energy professionals. As a result, operators are now grappling with a growing shortage of skilled personnel.

The industry is experiencing a slow surge in demand for geoscientists and engineers across the board. Among the most pressing challenges faced by operators are the scarcity of operations and well site geologists, as well as the shortage of specialized skill sets like shallow site specialists, geomechanics, and data scientists.

OPC has observed an uptick in demand for its specialized consultant services group. Leveraging the expertise of its consultant services team, OPC is well-equipped to address the resourcing shortfall in the industry. The team at OPC possess widespread subsurface experience, enabling them to identify and deploy the skills suited for specific project requirements.
Clients rely on OPC’s services to resource projects, from individual 4 week studies to multi-year assignments, globally.

OPC’s consultants have industry leading retention and satisfaction with our clients.

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Tom Short, Consultant Services Manager, is available to discuss your worldwide resourcing requirements.

Tom Short
Consultant Services Manager
+ 44 20 7428 1111

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