The Add Energy Academy has been designed to enhance knowledge and skills of workforces to enable businesses who are operating across the energy, utility, manufacturing, renewables, marine and mining sectors to be safe, efficient and effective.

We offer learning and development programs, tailored to different levels in an organization, from leadership to front line workers, delivered online and in-person.

Hybrid Learning

Hybrid Learning

eLearning

eLearning

In-Person Learning

In-Person Learning

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Common challenges our customers face:

Knowledge gaps

Quite often, our customers will experience skills gaps as a result of experienced personnel leaving the team. This can result in increased exposure to risk and additional costs for a business.

Uncertainty around ROI

Businesses can sometimes be reluctant to invest without knowing how it will benefit the business and the employee - leading to lack of investment because there isn't a clear projection of the return on investment (ROI).

Building a business case

A lack of awareness of the existing competency profiles and levels within an organization and the subsequent risk this poses to a business can make it difficult to secure a budget internally for learning and development.

Performance issues

The value of a competent workforce should not be underestimated. A lack of investment in training may save you money in the short term, however it can lead to performance expectations not being met, increase in the business risk profile and expensive business inefficiencies.

How The Add Energy Academy can help:

  • Our subject matter expert instructors offer a cost-effective and proven solution to enhancing the knowledge and skills of a workforce

  • We verify learning through instructor-led testing and assignments to assure merit

  • We can conduct competency gap assessments to identify risk and determine where investment should be made to assure ROI

  • We provide training tailored for different levels within an organization to enhance the relevance and the overall learning experience

  • We can align our develop learning materials to your company standards, procedures, and local regulations

  • We can identify future knowledge requirements and develop roadmaps to avoid loss of experience and skill
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"A diverse knowledge base from facilitators, interactive, good life examples, a good level of discussion, and a good level of flexibility in discussing organizational issues."

Maintenance Manager, Netherlands

Meet our instructors

Terje Løkke-Sørensen

Terje Løkke-Sørensen

Add Energy’s Chief Technical Officer Terje Løkke-Sørensen has co-authored several well integrity manuals, including the NORSOK D-010 standard. With an M.Sc. in Petroleum Engineering, Terje has spent over 25 years working for various operators and service companies, both as an employee and consultant.

As Chairman of the D-010 standard for Rev.3 (2003) and Rev.4 (2013), Terje wrote several sections of the standard (sections 1 through 4), advised on the overall course structure and content, and coordinated input from over 20 industry experts.

Mike Meen

Mike Meen

Over the past 10 years, Add Energy's Learning Delivery Lead, Mike Meen has gained a proven track record of developing and delivering client facing learning content and implementing value adding programs across cultures in a variety of different industries.

As chair of the competence workgroup Step Change for Safety, Mike has experience delivering industry wide guidance on competence management systems as well as mentoring and supporting MBA, MSc and DBA postgraduates students.

Ray Tommy Oskarsen Ph.D., P.E.

Ray Tommy Oskarsen Ph.D., P.E.

Add Energy's Dr. Ray Oskarsen has been an integral part of an intervention team that has responded to a wide range of blowout and well-control incidents, including relief-well projects, around the world.

He began his career working for John Wright Company, which was acquired by Boots & Coots in 2009. In 2011 Ray began working for Add Energy and is currently serving as the Sr. VP of Well Control and Blowout Support in the Houston office.

Morten Haug Emilsen

Morten Haug Emilsen

Add Energy’s Morten Haug Emilsen played an instrumental role during the investigation into the cause of the Deepwater Horizon disaster in 2010. Morten co-authored the “Deepwater Horizon Accident Investigation Report” and testified as an expert witness in US District Court.

With a M.Sc. degree in Fluid Mechanics, Morten has responded to a number of blowouts worldwide, including relief well kills and capping operations. Specializing in transient multiphase flow simulations and drilling related technical software development, Morten has 20 years of experience with the OLGA software, both as a user and developer.

Ole B. Rygg

Ole B. Rygg

As a world-renowned blowout control expert, Add Energy’s Ole B. Rygg has been directly involved in a number of high profile well kill operations such as Montara (Australia), Macondo (GoM) and Elgin (North Sea). Ole’s team has conducted more than 1,200 well contingency studies and been involved in more than 60 real life blowouts, worldwide.

Ole holds a PhD in Fluid Mechanics. For the last 25 years he has been working on blowout control and contingency planning projects for operators all over the world.

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