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Hermes Data Communications

Hermes Datacomms, a company which provides satellite and data communications services specifically to the Oil & Gas sector with customers including Maersk, Parker Drilling, PSN, KBR, BP, Eni, Fluor and Petronas. With over 150 employees and earth stations in Russia, Kazakhstan, Azerbaijan and UAE (amongst other locations), Hermes enables reach and rapid deployment to meet the rigours of the industry.

http://www.hermes.uk.com/

Sam Murray - Business Development Executive
Sam Murray has over 30 years of experience in the telecommunications industry, particularly focused on the oil and gas industry.
Having been born and raised in Aberdeen, Sam has seen the area’s exploration and production activities grow from its pioneering days to the global centre of excellence we see today.
He has held both technical and sales roles within BT and its joint venture partn
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Bill Green - Global Account Director
Bill Green has had a varied career in telecommunications for over 25 years, none more varied than leading a team of engineers to Indonesia to recover communications after the Tsunami of 2004. Bill will describe the operation in the aftermath of the largest reported natural disaster in history and draw analogies of how this experience compares with and has informed Bill’s approach to providing rem
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23 May 2014

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