Swire Energy Services has been in business since 1979. Our business has stood the test of time because we have always looked ahead and made decisions based on long term sustainability.
Sustainable Development Policy
Swire Energy Services is committed to the sustainable development of its businesses and aims is to create long term value for its shareholders with a target to be carbon neutral by 2030.
To be leaders in sustainable development in the industries in which we operate.
Become carbon neutral by 2030, with an interim target of 65% reduction by 2025, by adopting industry best practices to improve energy efficiency, and by increasing the use of renewable energy.
Turn today’s waste into a resource for tomorrow, contributing to the creation of a circular economy, where waste materials are no longer simply thrown away, but are retained and re-used as a future resource.
Use water responsibly and sustainably and to protect its watersheds.
Source materials responsibly and sustainably, including ensuring that our suppliers meet our sustainability standards.
Bring value to the communities in which we operate and respect their culture and heritage.
Encourage our staff to engage actively in sustainable development matters at work and in the community.
Monitor the company's performance and report regularly.
Swire Energy Services recognises the world needs to act swiftly and decisively to reduce carbon emissions to mitigate damaging climate change and are committed to supporting this through progressive decarbonisation. Therefore, we have set the ambition to become a carbon neutral operation by 2030 with an interim target of 65% reduction by 2025.
Swire Energy Services’ Sustainable Development strategy is fully aligned with the Swire groups’ SwireTHRIVE strategic framework and covers other areas which are material to our own Company.
Andy has 20 years’ experience holding a variety of senior operations and HSEQ positions in businesses supporting the energy sector.
Andy joined SES in January 2012 as UK Operations Manager (North) responsible for managing our operations in Aberdeen, Great Yarmouth, Heysham, and Peterhead. During this period Andy was also instrumental in developing our internal sling manufacturing and inspection capabilities.
Andy later moved into the Group Quality Manager role with the remit of assuring continual improvement through the monitoring of quality performance, ensuring compliance of all newly procured offshore containers and portable tanks, and providing technical support to our global operations teams. Andy is also an expert in root cause analysis and as a qualified senior investigator in Kelvin TOP-SET methodology supports all high-level incident investigations across the business.
Additionally, due to Andy’s in-depth technical knowledge of offshore containers and lifting sets he was a member of the ISO technical committee (ISO/TC67/SC7) tasked with the development of International Standard ISO 10855 “offshore containers and associated lifting sets” and is a member of the Oil & Gas UK workgroup responsible for maintaining the best practice guidance related to the safe packing and handling of cargo to and from offshore locations.
In January 2020 Andy took the opportunity of moving into the exciting new position of Group Sustainability Manager. Although, this position has been created to ensure SES strives to meet all applicable UN Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) through alignment with Swire groups’ SwireTHRIVE strategic framework, Andy’s primary focus is to ensure we meet our commitment of becoming carbon neutral by 2030 through the development of our decarbonisation strategy and implementation of key initiatives across the group. Delivering Carbon neutral by 2030 is in line with one of our core values of continuity and ensuring SES are a sustainable business for the future.
Sustainable Development Reports and Policies
Swire Energy Services has grown from a world-leader in offshore containers, to become a fully integrated service provider for the global energy sector. Discover our strategy to build a more sustainable future and accelerate the transition to net-zero emissions by 2030.