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Queen’s Award for Enterprise

Published:  30 August, 2016

Viper_Subsea_recieve_Queens_Award_2.jpgViper Subsea has announced Her Majesty’s Lord-Lieutenant of Somerset, Mrs Annie Maw, has officially presented the company with The Queen’s Award for Enterprise in Innovation at a ceremony at the company’s Portishead head office which took place on Friday 19th August.

Viper Subsea is an engineering company that provides consultancy and develops products and services for the global subsea oil and gas sector. The Queen’s Award for Enterprise in Innovation was awarded to the company for its V-LIFE Electrical Insulation Resistance Improvement System which since launch in 2013 has reportedly become established as a key component in helping operators extending the life of their offshore fields. The system has been deployed as far afield as Africa, Indonesia and Australia.

Speaking at the presentation, HM Lord-Lieutenant said “It is a great honour and a privilege to be presenting this award on behalf of Her Majesty to Viper Subsea Technology. We in Somerset are especially proud that this innovative work is being undertaken in our county.”

The Queen’s Award in Innovation is awarded following recommendation from the Prime Minister and was conferred on 21st April 2016, Her Majesty's birthday. Managing director Neil Douglas and business development director Max Nodder also attended HM The Queen's Reception at Buckingham Palace on Thursday 14th July.

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