Laura Carrigan, a Graduate Applications Engineer at our Great Yarmouth Centre of Excellence and a key member of our renewables team, has been shortlisted by Offshore Energies UK (OEUK) as a finalist in the category of Early Career Professional of the Year at its OEUK Awards 2022.

Laura joined Proserv in early 2021 following a brief three-month student internship in 2019, during which she contributed to a key FEED study and market report that would represent some of the first stepping stones to the development of our disruptive holistic cable monitoring system – ECG™.

At the start of this year, after barely 12 months with the business, Laura was the winner of a Proserv FRESH Award in the Help, Share and Communicate category.

Laura has a real passion for sustainability and she is a leading member of our Proserv Carbon Action Group, which plays a vital role in aiding our work to fulfil our mission of being a net zero emissions company by 2050 or sooner.

Earlier this month, Laura was the subject of a Proserv People Story and this reveals more about her interests, commitments and aspirations.

Only 24 finalists were shortlisted across eight categories and Acting OEUK CEO Mike Tholen remarked, “From an impressive list of submissions, these finalists are a real reflection of the great talent and expertise of our energy communities – those that personify the North Sea innovation this industry has become known for.”

The OEUK Awards ceremony will take place at the P&J Live in Aberdeen on Thursday, December 8th.