OFFSHORE AND MARINE DEDICATED CONFERENCE THEATRE

2017 OFFSHORE AND MARINE PLENARY PANELS

 

  • Tuesday 14 November
  • Timing: 10:00 – 11:00
  • OFFSHORE PLENARY PANEL
  • Offshore and marine – Future expectations and challenges
    1. Industry outlook: market equilibrium or further consolidation? Taking an opportunistic offshore strategy to support business objectives
    2. Status updates and project timelines for upcoming offshore licensing rounds to offshore oilfield concession contracts and negotiations
    3. Export capacity fluctuations, changing global trade markets and their commercial impact on port infrastructure and operators and builders of LNG carriers and FLNG units
    4. The impact of the IMO’s 2020 global sulphur cap – what does the cap of 0.5% on marine fuels mean for vessel and fleet owners and operators?
  • Wednesday 15 November
  • Timing: 10:00 – 11:00
  • OFFSHORE PLENARY PANEL
  • Driving growth across maritime oil and gas offshore structures and workboats
    1. Market review, demand and utilisation forecasts for commercial vessels from semisubmersible rigs, exploration jack up barges and new build state of the art billion dollar deep water construction vessels
    2. Oil price volatility and its impact on offshore support vessels (OSV), subsea service providers and rig owners: finance, design, technology
    3. Shipbuilding, repair and maintenance investment strategies for vessel new builds and fleet upgrades
  • THURSDAY 16 NOVEMBER
  • Timing: 10:00 – 11:00
  • OFFSHORE PLENARY PANEL
  • Subsea – adapting to new market conditions
    1. Market dynamics and subsea investment outlook for deep and shallow water exploration and subsea production activities
    2. Improving operational efficiency and driving performance to deliver complex offshore oil and gas projects through subsea R&D and innovative technology advancements
    3. Increasing return on investment and accelerating subsea market recovery: big data infrastructure, analytics and digitalisation