As we celebrate our organisation’s 30th birthday in 2015, we have made great progress preparing for the future. We completed the Containment Toolkit project, which was fully operational in April 2015, boosting our Subsea Well Intervention Services capability. To enable greater efficiency, we formally re-aligned our organisation model this year, released a funding paper, and laid the infrastructure for our digital communication strategy. We also formed Core Groups for Dispersant and Surveillance, Modelling and Visualisation (SMV), with the purpose of promoting greater subject matter expertise in key technical areas. We successfully conducted major exercises, including major mobilisations which simulated subsea well blow-out scenarios. We closed our London office and implemented many other cost saving initiatives to provide a more cost effective service to our members without compromising our ability to respond. We look forward to the completion of the Boeing 727 project which will provide a faster and more cost effective wide area dispersant solution for many years to come. We look forward to continue providing our members improved capability and competency, while keeping our operations efficient and lean.