Offshore & Marine strategically co-located with the Abu Dhabi International Petroleum Exhibition and Conference (ADIPEC) has rapidly become a must-visit exhibition. n audience of NOCs and IOCs come face-to-face with the owners and operators of work boats, drilling rigs and offshore support providers.
New for 2018 Offshore & Marine Presents:
Commercial Dive Zone
ADIPEC recognises that an extensive range of commercial diving equipment supports the offshore and marine sector. The supply and manufacture of goods and services including diving equipment, specialised subsea equipment, subsea pipeline maintenance, inspection and underwater welding all support the operations of ships and vessels operating in the oil and gas industry. Offshore projects are increasing in the region, ADNOC Offshore operates the Upper Zakum, Lower Zakum and Umm Shaif fields in the UAE, they produce 1.4 million b/d collectively.
A specialist zone for the world’s subsea and offshore solution providers within Offshore & Marine will enable exhibitors to reach the right people to transform their business and boost their profitability. The range of operations to support offshore drilling or production platform support is substantial. Pipeline work, including pipe lay barges, pipeline stabilisation and inspection are all important to extending the life and efficiency of operations. Offshore projects in UAE waters come with its own set of challenges due to the heat, huge amounts of underwater repair and inspection is required. As ADNOC Offshore have recently partnered with ExxonMobil and Inpex to boost production of the Zakum oil field by 2024, offshore activities will increase as will the need for companies with international experience.
Exhibiting companies who support the underwater operations of the global Offshore & Marine sectors will liaise with the industry’s most influential stakeholders in a dedicated zone highlighting their expertise.
ADIPEC Offshore & Marine expects to see record growth in 2018
Gross SQM Space
The fourth edition of the Offshore & Marine exhibition builds on the success of previous years, with companies showcasing a wide range of offshore exhibits including subsea drilling equipment, pipelines, and tools for reservoir production and mapping products and services. According to a study by research firm Markets and Markets, the global offshore drilling rigs industry is expected to grow to US$102.47 billion by 2019, this is reflected in the products and services displayed at the exhibition.
Expect to hear from the world’s leading authorities on pipeline infrastructure and transportation, shallow and deep water exploration and production, oil field developments and other relevant technological advances as part of a dedicated Offshore and Marine conference.
Attendees Breakdown by Seniority
Technical Experts / Offshore Engineers
2017 And 2018 Offshore & Marine Exhibitors