ADIPEC Offshore & Marine Overview

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Offshore & Marine has rapidly become a must-visit exhibition & conference, now entering is fourth edition where you can meet with key decision makers from a loyal audience of NOCs, IOCs, service, engineering and supply chain companies. This event is strategically co-located alongside the leading global Oil and Gas event, the Abu Dhabi International Petroleum Exhibition and Conference (ADIPEC). As the only Oil & Gas event to have a Quay-side marina, it provides you the unique opportunity to come face-to-face with the owners and operators of work boats, supply boats and drilling rigs.

Within the exhibition floor you will be able to find the latest solutions, with companies showcasing a wide range of exhibits helping to drive forward the latest in offshore developments in shallow and deepwater including; inspection, repair & maintenance, subsea equipment, communications, underwater vehicles, production, vessels and geophysical. According to a recent study by consultants Rystad Energy, the global offshore industry is expected to spend over US$267.8 billion in 2018 and this is forecasted to continue to grow in the years ahead, with a further $170 billion through to 2025, this is reflected in the products and services displayed at the exhibition.

Offshore & Marine has rapidly become a must-visit exhibition & conference, now entering its fourth edition where you can meet with key decision makers from a loyal audience of NOCs, IOCs, service, engineering and supply chain companies. This event is strategically co-located alongside the leading global Oil and Gas event, the Abu Dhabi International Petroleum Exhibition and Conference (ADIPEC). As the only Oil & Gas event to have a Quay-side marina, it provides you the unique opportunity to come face-to-face with the owners and operators of work boats, supply boats and drilling rigs.

Within the exhibition floor you will be able to find the latest solutions, with companies showcasing a wide range of exhibits helping to drive forward the latest in offshore developments in shallow and deepwater including; inspection, repair & maintenance, subsea equipment, communications, underwater vehicles, production, vessels and geophysical. According to a recent study by consultants Rystad Energy, the global offshore industry is expected to spend over US$267.8 billion in 2018 and this is forecasted to continue to grow in the years ahead, with a further $170 billion through to 2025, this is reflected in the products and services displayed at the exhibition.

Offshore & Marine has rapidly become a must-visit exhibition & conference, now entering is fourth edition where you can meet with key decision makers from a loyal audience of NOCs, IOCs, service, engineering and supply chain companies. This event is strategically co-located alongside the leading global Oil and Gas event, the Abu Dhabi International Petroleum Exhibition and Conference (ADIPEC). As the only Oil & Gas event to have a Quay-side marina, it provides you the unique opportunity to come face-to-face with the owners and operators of work boats, supply boats and drilling rigs.

Within the exhibition floor you will be able to find the latest solutions, with companies showcasing a wide range of exhibits helping to drive forward the latest in offshore developments in shallow and deepwater including; inspection, repair & maintenance, subsea equipment, communications, underwater vehicles, production, vessels and geophysical. According to a recent study by consultants Rystad Energy, the global offshore industry is expected to spend over US$267.8 billion in 2018 and this is forecasted to continue to grow in the years ahead, with a further $170 billion through to 2025, this is reflected in the products and services displayed at the exhibition.

Offshore & Marine strategically co-located with the Abu Dhabi International Petroleum Exhibition and Conference (ADIPEC) has rapidly become a must-visit exhibition & conference. A loyal audience of NOCs, IOCs, service and supply chain companies come face-to-face with the owners and operators of work boats, drilling rigs and offshore support providers. The fourth edition of the Offshore & Marine exhibition builds on the success of previous years, with companies showcasing a wide range of exhibits helping to drive forward the latest in offshore developments including; inspection, repair & maintenance, subsea equipment, communications, underwater vehicles, production, vessels and geophysical. 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.

ADIPEC Offshore & Marine expects to see record growth in 2018

15,000+ ATTENDEES
15,000+ GROSS SQM SPACE
250+ CONFERENCE DELEGATES
150+ EXHIBITORS

New for 2018

CONDUCT BUSINESS WITH OFFSHORE & MARINE EXPERTS FROM AROUND THE WORLD

ATTENDEES BREAKDOWN BY COMPANY ACTIVITY

  • Ship Building
  • Subsea Survey
  • Drilling Contractors
  • EPC Contractors
  • Unmanned Underwater Vehicles - ROVs, AUVs and AIVs
  • Mooring, Chains, Ropes & Anchors
  • Ports and Facilities
  • Floating Production Systems
  • Communications and IT
  • Accommodation
  • Survival, Safety and Protection
  • Classification Societies
  • Ships, Tug Boats, Vessels
  • Navigation, Mapping and Positioning
  • Marine Services
  • Subsea Engineering and Contractors
  • Oceangraphy

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ATTENDEES BREAKDOWN BY SENIORITY

  • 48%
    Technical Experts / Offshore Engineers
  • 30%
    Senior Management
  • 17%
    Middle Management

ATTENDEES BREAKDOWN BY REGION

  • 54%
    Middle East and Africa
  • 22%
    Europe
  • 16%
    Asia
  • 8%
    Americas

ATTENDEES BREAKDOWN BY REGION

54% MIDDLE EAST AND AFRICA
22%EUROPE
16%ASIA
8%AMERICA

ATTENDEES BREAKDOWN BY SENIORITY

  • 48%
    Technical Experts / Offshore Engineers
  • 30%
    Senior Management
  • 17%
    Middle Management

OFFSHORE & MARINE CONFERENCES AT A GLANCE

2 STRATEGIC OFFSHORE & MARINE SESSIONS

Pioneering and fast-tracking offshore and marine long-term growth

Revitalising the offshore opportunity with strategic global alliances, ADIPEC provides the foundation for the offshore community to build the framework for added capability and stability with new smart digital strategies and the readdressing of new trading routes and business collaboration

Panelists Include:

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Abdulkareem Al Masabi

CEO

ADNOC Logistics and Services

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Ali Shehab Ahmad

Deputy CEO

Kuwait Oil Tanker Company (KOTC)

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Antonio Vella

Chief Upstream Officer

ENI

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Shashi Shanker

Chairman & Managing Director

Oil & Natural Gas Corporation (ONGC)

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Campbell Keir

Director, Energy and Infrastructure, Department for International Trade

United Kingdom

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Hege Kverneland

Corporate Vice President and Chief Technology Officer

National Oilwell Varco

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Paul Sullivan

Project Adviser to the CEO

Steelhead LNG

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Bill Bayliss

CEO

ICR Integrity

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8 TECHNICAL OFFSHORE & MARINE SESSIONS

Subject-matter experts will share practical and applied knowledge on technology advancing offshore and marine and focus on various subsets including subsea, drilling, logisitcs, and offshore vessels

Monday 12 November 2018

11:30 - 13:00 Offshore and Marine

Emerging and Advanced Technology

14:00 - 15:30 Offshore and Marine

Offshore Drilling and Completion Challenges

Wednesday 14 November 2018

11:30 - 13:00 Offshore and Marine

Offshore Vessels and Platforms - 1

14:00 - 15:30 Offshore and Marine

Offshore Vessels and Platforms - 2

Tuesday 13 November 2018

11:30 - 13:00 Offshore and Marine

Flow Assurance and Materials Performance

14:00 - 15:30 Offshore and Marine

Logistics and Supply Chain Management

Thursday 15 November 2018

09:30 - 11:00 Offshore and Marine

Subsea Installation Challenges

11:30 - 13:00 Offshore and Marine

Subsea Projects – Power Systems

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SUT HOSTS SEMINAR

This year, Society for Underwater Technology (SUT) a multidisciplinary learned society of engineers, will join the Offshore & Marine Exhibition and Conference in 2018 by hosting a two-hour seminar on Wednesday, November 14. SUT brings deep knowledge and experience to share with their colleagues in the Middle East. The local organisation will outline how a local presence can support practitioners and how local talent can be recruited and trained to meet future growth and subsea challenges in the region.

Global Meetings Programme

  • The ADIPEC Global Meetings Programme is the official 1-to-1 business networking platform for onsite meetings at ADIPEC.
  • More than 15,000+ offshore and marine attendees visit ADIPEC to do business with 2,200+ exhibiting companies.
  • To learn about the latest developments in the oil and gas sector, 10,400 conference delegates are expected to attend 167 strategic and technical oil and gas sessions presented by 980+ expert speakers from 120 countries.
  • The dedicated high-profile networking programme enables conference delegates to connect with like-minded peers to arrange meetings in the dedicated ADIPEC Meetings Lounge.

2,000 PROJECTED MEETINGS

48% OF 2017 PARTICIPANTS SAID THEY HAD 2+ DEALS BASED ON THEIR MEETING OUTCOMES

76% OF THE MEETINGS WERE BETWEEN EXHIBITORS AND DELEGATES

Why Exhibit at ADIPEC Offshore and Marine?

Capitalise

on US$25bn worth of offshore investments in the region.

Network

and do business with an international offshore and marine audience from 45+ countries.

Join

key companies who have already confirmed their space, including; NPCC, Zakher, Horizon Geosciences, Seajacks, Seacontractors, Seatrax Marine Cranes and Guidance Marine.

Generate

direct sales and boost your brand image.

Launch

new products, build prospect databases and maintain relationships with existing customers.

Gain

cutting-edge knowledge and share best practices at the Offshore and Marine Conference in the venue’s unique waterfront location in Hall 15.

CONFIRMED EXHIBITORS INCLUDE

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.

Ships displayed at the Marina

DULAM INTERNATIONAL – DIVING VESSEL (REGIONAL LAUNCH)

KHALID FARAJ SHIPPING – LANDING CRAFT (REGIONAL LAUNCH)

ZAKHER MARINE – JACK UP BARGE (REGIONAL LAUNCH)

PARKING

ADNEC has two car parks that are operational during the event, Car Park A & Car Park B. Please note that this is an automated system and tickets will be issued at the entry barriers of the car parks. Please note the height restriction for Multistorey car parks is 2.2m.

MAIN HALLS TO MARINA

Free shuttle buses between Hall 15 (Marina) and the Main Halls will run every 20 minutes from 09:00 to 19:00.

PARK & RIDE SHUTTLE BUSES

Free shuttle buses from Zayed Sports City Parking to Hall 14 (Grandstand) and back every 20 minutes daily during the show from 09:00 – 19:00