Under the Patronage of H.H. Sheikh Khalifa Bin Zayed Al Nahyan, President of The United Arab Emirates

Host
ABU DHABI INTERNATIONAL PETROLEUM
EXHIBITION & CONFERENCE
12-15 NOVEMBER 2018
Supported by

Overview

With an increasing number of offshore projects in the MENA region, the ADIPEC Commercial Dive Zone will enable global subsea and offshore solution providers to showcase the expertise required to carry out Commerical Diving, this will include exhibitors who provide solutions to perform such work as inspection, repair & maintenance and welding, along with other specialist services. For the first time we will also have real life demonstrations of such activities in action to 15,000 offshore and marine attendees.

PSS DEBUTS AT DIVE ZONE

Professional Subsea Services (PSS) will make its debut at ADIPEC’s Offshore and Marine Section. PSS is a professional diving company which have been operating since 1993. The entity specialises in performing various subsea technical design and investigational activities on oil platforms , pipelines, vessels, power and heavy industry facilities.

SUT Hosts Seminar

This year, Society for Underwater Technology (SUT) a multidisciplinary learned society of engineers, will join the dive zone 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.

As NOC’s and IOC’s continue to operate and locate new discoveries within ultra-deep waters in increasingly challenging environments there is a growing demand for ROVs and Unmanned Vehicles to enable exploration activities in depths reaching several thousand metres, such as the pre-salt layers off the coast of Brazil and new finds off the coast of West Africa. The market for ROV’s is forecast to grow with spend due to reach USD $943.1 million by 2023. At ADIPEC this year attendees and delegates will be able to touch and experience the capabilities of the technologies that will enable the growth of the offshore sector in person from some of the leading suppliers in the industry.

SUT Hosts Seminar

This year, Society for Underwater Technology (SUT) a multidisciplinary learned society of engineers, will join the dive zone 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.