Beatrice Works Suite No. 7 – Assembly offshore, Moray, Firth. 2012, colour etching, chin collé and hand tinted watercolour, 420mm x 300mm. © Sue Jane Taylor. Photographer: Fin Macrae.

Sue Jane Taylor – Fine Artist and Visual Documenter

“It’s a very different world out there, which we know nothing about onshore.” “I’ve been very fortunate throughout the years to get avenues and opportunities to go into these offshore installations and places, where the public [is] not allowed. It is a privilege which I find absolutely . . .”…

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Rebecca Ponton has been a journalist for 25+ years and is also a petroleum landman. Her book, Breaking the GAS Ceiling: Women in the Offshore Oil and Gas Industry (Modern History Press), was released in May 2019. For more info, go to

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