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Offshore GoPro Competition 2015

                     The winner of the GoPro competition 2015 is...


DAVID WALSH

The winning entry was submitted by an offshore contractor David Walsh. The competition was judged independently by Kris Madvall. Kris Madvall described the entry as "It's just simple, cool and crisp".  

The GoPro camera will be sent to the winner in the next few weeks. All competition entries can be viewed via this link https://www.dropbox.com/sh/pd6s4in4j2dmn8b/AAAmGiPMoea9ATQOoK50BgESa?dl=0.

Thank you for all of those who participated and for those who missed out the competition this year, please keep an eye out for the competition in 2016.

For more information please contact our Energy Technology team on: +44 (0)20 7014 0231 or send an email to info@montash.com.

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