Cyberhawk’s ROAVs were on display at the Mexican Energy Reform Summit in London last month, following an invitation from BP to feature at the event, which formed part of the official Mexican Presidential visit to the UK.
With over 25 world firsts to the company’s name, including multiple on and offshore oil and gas inspections, Cyberhawk created the ROAV inspection industry in 2008, and remains global leader in the field. The company was selected for the event based on recognition of its unrivalled technology and innovation within the inspection and survey industry.
Cyberhawk’s Commercial Director, Philip Buchan, said of the invitation: “It was a privilege to showcase our equipment at such a prestigious event. During a time of global expansion for our company, the summit provided us with a timely opportunity to reach out to a worldwide audience, including the President of Mexico himself.
“Cyberhawk has a strong working relationship with BP, having completed numerous projects for them around the world, and I would like to thank them for inviting us to showcase our technology at the summit.”
The Mexican Energy Reform Summit organised by ProMexico, is an annual event offering an interactive and well-informed debate between senior executives, government representatives and industry leaders. Its main focus this year was to look at the practical steps required in Mexico in order to exploit the country’s full energy potential.
Cyberhawk operates in the oil and gas, utilities and renewables sectors on a global level with offices in Europe, Asia and the Middle East. The company has completed more than 200 live flare inspections, with more than 75 projects for the oil and gas super majors including Shell, BP, Chevron, Total and ExxonMobil. In the utilities sector, Cyberhawk has inspected thousands of electricity towers and completed more than 100 projects for major utilities companies including SSE, EDF, Eon, RWE, ESB, Scottish Power and Centrica.