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Energy Consultancy of the Year (Public Relations)

Armitage Communications

Armitage Communications is one of Europe's leading technology communication consultancies, with some 30 years of experience advising the industry's leading firms, including ABB, Airbus and Spirax Sarco. In 2015, the consultancy was employed to analyse the benefits of digitalisation and has since campaigned to raise awareness in the oil and gas industry.

Each year Armitage writes and produces dozens of articles and white papers addressing cybersecurity, and lowering risk and reducing costs in brownfield and greenfield projects. Harnessing the power of digitalisation is crucial to thrive in the 'new normal' era of lower oil prices.

Armitage works diligently to research with clients, their customers and industry experts to deliver a proven approach for minimising costs across the hydrocarbon value chain.

Projects for ABB successfully showcased the benefits of adopting the company's automation intelligence technology throughout the upstream. By implementing a campaign of infographics and marketing material, Armitage demonstrated the complete solutions offered by ABB to optimise operations in oil and gas installations.

The consultancy aims to educate the industry on digitilisation and the concerns, challenges and issues facing the sector. Embracing the new digital horizon will allow pipelines, oilfields and refineries to be better connected and drive performance and productivity. Armitage aspires to be at the forefront of this new digital transition.

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