11 & 12 OCTOBER AMSTERDAM RAI | THE NETHERLANDS
OFFSHORE ENERGY 2011 CONFERENCE PROGRAM KEY TOPICS FOR OFFSHORE PROFESSIONALS
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Global Energy Outlook Conference Deepwater Gas Conference Upstream Innovation Conference
Decommissioning Seminar Drilling & Wells Cluster Meeting
AND topical sessions n offshore wind, wave & tidal energy, marine spatial planning, o deep sea mining, unconventional gas and heavy lift
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OFFSHORE ENERGY 2011 CONFERENCE PROGRAM PREVIEW Offshore Energy 2011 offers multiple conference opportunities, each concentrating on a different yet interlocking theme. The program is dedicated to giving you maximum information from the leading experts about the latest developments in offshore oil, gas and renewable energy. Offshore Energy 2011 gathers a well-rounded speaker faculty of oil and gas managers, engineering contractors, market analysts and investment companies who are ready and willing to share their commercial and technical expertise with you.
Would you like more information about the Offshore Energy 2011 Conference Program? Please contact:
Femke Hoogeveen Offshore Energy Conference Manager T +31 (0)10 2092634 E firstname.lastname@example.org
SUCCESS IN 2010 The OE2010 inaugural conference was a great success! More than 230 offshore professionals attended, networked and forged new business relationships. Thanks to our move to the Amsterdam RAI, delegates for the OE2011 will find it even easier to combine their participation in one or more of the conferences with a visit to the Offshore Energy Exhibition. Because the exhibition is conveniently located in the adjoining hall, conference delegates will have easy access to over 300 exhibitors showcasing their products and services and demonstrating new technologies.
Key Conference Topics: Oil and Gas market outlook get updated information on the future supply and demand of oil and gas, plus discuss top issues facing the industry Offshore E&P in deeper and more distant areas gain valuable insight into the latest operational and technological developments on how to unlock deepwater gas resources Safe and effective wells delivery learn about the various available solutions and industry best practices Taking renewable offshore energy to the next level discuss technical solutions and commercial benefits in offshore wind, wave and tidal energy
OE2011 CONFERENCE BENEFITS:
Sophie Jongeneel Conference Manager Energy & Sustainability T +31 (0)10 2092640 E email@example.com
Hear about future energy supply and demand, along with the best business opportunities in offshore oil and gas. Receive insight into engineering solutions that are pushing the boundaries in offshore E&P. Make new contacts, meet our expert speakers and discuss their topics with like-minded offshore professionals. Combine your conference attendance with the Offshore Energy Exhibition, where you can soak up new product information and a fresh service perspective from any of the expected 300+ international exhibitors.
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OFFSHORE ENERGY 2011 AT A GLANCE:
GLOBAL ENERGY OUTLOOK CONFERENCE
DEEPWATER GAS CONFERENCE
DRILLING & WELLS CLUSTER MEETING
OFFSHORE ENERGY EXHIBITION
Afternoon Networking lunch
TOPICAL SESSIONS OFFSHORE ENERGY EXHIBITION
CONFERENCE SPONSORSHIP OPPORTUNITIES
MAXIMUM PROFILE-ENHANCING & BRAND EXPOSURE A number of profile-enhancing promotional opportunities are available to your company during the Offshore Energy 2011 Exhibition & Conference. Including sponsorship of (one of) the conferences, topical sessions, networking lunches or coffee breaks could be a savvy addition to your corporate branding strategy. We have a number of solutions to choose from which will suit your company’s needs and budget. For example, you can be a Sponsor for as little as €1,250 (exclusive 19% VAT). Call Femke Hoogeveen today on the number +31 (0)10 209 2634 to discuss our sponsorship prospectus, or a tailor-made branding solution to compliment your company’s strategy. Keep an eye on www.offshore-energy.biz for details on the conferences, side events and topical sessions, as well as updates on the speaker faculty. Interested in having updates delivered directly to your mailbox? Simply send an email to Femke Hoogeveen, Offshore Energy Conference Manager, at firstname.lastname@example.org and enter ‘Conference update request’ in the subject line.
COMPANIES WHO ATTENDED OUR OFFSHORE ENERGY 2010 CONFERENCE INCLUDE: ABB Acta Marine Akkila Company W.L.L. Alewijnse Marine Rotterdam Arcadis Nederland BV ATO Babcock International Group Barge Master BV Bluebird Consultant BMT ARGOSS BNP Paribas Lease Group Boskalis Offshore BTC Business Technology Consulting AG Burdock CHC Helicopters Netherlands BV ChevronTexaco Claxton Engineering Services CMS Derks Star Bussman Cofely Oil & Gas B.V. Croon Electrotechniek Damen Shipyards Deloitte DEME Group Dockwise Doeksen Dräger Safety Netherlands BV Dredging and Contracting Rotterdam BV Dutch Ministry of Economic Affairs Dutch Ministry of Foreign Affairs Embassy of Azerbaijan Embassy of Brazil EMS Ship Supply Energy Research Centre Netherlands Energy Solution Centre Energyst B.v.
EVD International Expro North Sea Ltd. Frames B.V. Fugro Fugro Offshore Survey Global Gas Networks Initiative GustoMSC HAL Investments Heerema Fabrication Group Heerema Marine Contractors Holland Shipbuilding Association IHC Merwede IHC Offshore & Marine IHC Offshore Technology Institute Imtech Imtech Marine & Offshore ING Interlashing IRO ITC Management BV Jumbo Offshore BV KCI KME Germany AG & Co. KG Koseq Liandon Linde Gas Benelux BV Machine Support BV Mammoet MarFlex B.V. Marflex Offshore Marship Engineering MCN Mokveld Valves BV NAM NHL University
NOGEPA NRG Oceanscan Onstream Group ASC International Oranje-Nassau Energie BV Orbital technologies BV ORCA-Offshore OutSmart Oxford Institute for Energy Studies Parcom Capital Management BV Peterson SBS Ltd Petrobras Netherlands BV PriceWaterhouseCoopers Project Delta Group Roaring Forties BV Rolls Royce Energy Rolls-Royce Energy Systems Inc. RPS Advies Rusch Salzgitter Mannesmann Line Pipe GmbH Seaway Heavy Lifting Securitas Shell Upstream International Siemens Single Buoy Moorings Inc. Smart Energy Solutions Smart Staffing Solutions BV Smit Internationale B.V. State Supervision of Mines STC-SAIO Offshore Steadfast Engineering Steel River Consultants Ltd Energy Port Energy Valley SWIFT Drilling B.V.
T.O.S.- Transport & Offshore Services TAQA Energy b.v. Tebodin Netherlands BV Technical Project Services Technolution BV Teijin Aramid BV The Offshore Partners B.V. TNO Sience and Industry Top Side Offshore Technology b.v. TOS Trelleborg Ridderkerk BV Tullow Overseas Holdings B.V. Ubitec BV Unisafe Universal Steel Holland BV Van Dam B.V. Van Es Holding / Swift drilling Veka Group Veripos Ltd Vermeer Process VMW Taxand Vos Prodect Innovations B.V. Vroon B.V. Vroon Offshore Services Wagenborg Offshore Wärtsilä Windenergie Agentur Wintershall Noordzee BV Witteveen+Bos Workships Contractors BV Yokogawa Europe Solutions BV ZPMC Europe
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GLOBAL ENERGY OUTLOOK CONFERENCE Tuesday 11 October | 09:00 – 12:30 The Global Energy Outlook Conference offers an investment outlook bringing you up to date with the latest insights in energy demand and supply, oil price developments and the key role of natural gas. International and national oil companies alike will invest heavily in bringing new fields on-stream and the year 2011 will even see an increase in E&P spending. However, new investments present new challenges for the oil, gas and energy companies. These new challenges will be addressed in this conference. The Global Energy Outlook conference also lays focus on the changing relationships between IOCs and NOCs, but more specifically on the increasing competition from Asian National Oil Companies such as PetroChina, Petronas and Korean National Oil Company. Additionally, this conference will touch upon cross cutting issues such as the need for a skilled workforce and the impact of post-Macondo regulatory changes. Join the Global Energy Outlook Conference and benefit from expert knowledge, fresh perspective and an improved outlook which will assist you in making more informed business decisions!
Who should attend? CEOs managing directors sales directors business development directors operations directors HSE directors and project managers working with oil and gas companies, offshore design and construction contractors and (maritime) service providers industry associations certification and classification entities legal experts investment institutions Global Energy Outlook Conference sponsor:
DEEPWATER GAS CONFERENCE Tuesday 11 October | 13:30 – 17:30 The International Energy Agency has questioned whether we are entering the golden age of gas in its recent report on future energy supply. The future of gas, it seems, looks rosy and the Deepwater Gas Conference will explore this relatively new outlook. The world economy is picking up after the financial crisis and energy demand increases. As nuclear energy is again the subject of heavy debating and concerns about CO2 emissions still hover in the air, gas will stand front and center in the years to come; not as a “transition fuel” but as a “destination fuel”. Strong business cases for gas allow operators to invest in increasingly difficult gas projects: deep water and in remote areas, for example. One of the main reasons we are seeing ever more ingenious piping system designs. Offshore gas liquefaction, like Shell’s Prelude LNG FPSO project, should even make it possible to monetize stranded gas.
Who should attend? business development directors technical / operations directors engineering directors sales engineers HSE directors project managers and shipping / fleet managers working with oil and gas companies, offshore design and construction contractors and (maritime) service providers
The Deepwater Gas Conference will present a global gas market outlook along with the business case for deepwater gas development. Invited operators, contractors and other experts will discuss their views on the economics of deepwater development, and give attendees a glance at their commercial and technical experiences associated with the challenges of unlocking distant gas resources. The Deepwater Gas Conference is one you will not want to miss. Come and gain a deeper awareness on the state of play in deepwater technologies and critical issues to ensure a more profitable value chain. Mediapartner:
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SIDE EVENT: DRILLING & WELLS CLUSTER MEETING WORKING TOGETHER TO DELIVER SAFE AND EFFECTIVE WELLS TUESDAY 11 OCTOBER | 13:30 – 17:00 This meeting of the Drilling & Wells Cluster will explore the continuing challenges met by the oil and gas industry in delivering wells safely and in the most effective way. Participants will hear about what has been achieved so far, but will also have the opportunity to promote their own solutions and share industry best practices. Throughout this meeting, participants will have the opportunity to discuss the challenges the industry faces in delivering safe and efficient wells. New solutions and best practices will be brought to the table during this open forum; not only ensuring a wider buy-in but also attracting new participants with fresh ideas who will undoubtedly find themselves more interested in the drilling and wells cluster.
Who should attend? operators drilling contractors service providers and other stakeholders in the oil and gas industry involved in the operation of wells, including: drilling engineers drilling managers well integrity engineers well intervention engineers asset and operations managers HSE engineers regulators academics and other industry stakeholders
The Drilling & Wells Cluster is one of four clusters established within the framework of the Industry Day, a joint initiative of IADC, IRO, NOGEPA and NVDO. Participation in the Drilling & Wells Cluster Meeting is free of charge. However, pre-registration is required.
UPSTREAM INNOVATION CONFERENCE wednesday 12 October | 9:00 – 12:30 Operators and contractors never cease to innovate in offshore oil and gas exploration and production technology. A new invention could lead to the lucrative exploitation of a field that was earlier viewed as marginal or out of reach. This conference, Upstream Innovation, presents cases ranging from extending the operational life of oil and gas fields in Northwest Europe to solutions which will bring new fields on stream in the emerging markets of West-Africa, Brazil and the Arctic. The Upstream Innovation Conference is definitely worth your time. You will come away with a quick understanding of the latest solutions, from drilling to transport, that will enable the industry to fully exploit the world’s oil and gas potential. Moreover, the knowledge you will gain during this conference also has the potential to increase your company’s bottom line. Mediapartner:
Who should attend? business development directors technical / operations directors engineering directors sales engineers HSE directors project managers and shipping / fleet managers working with oil and gas companies, offshore design and construction contractors and (maritime) service providers industry associations legal and investment institutions
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SIDE EVENT: DECOMMISSIONING SEMINAR WEDNESDAY 12 OCTOBER 14:30 – 16:30 Over the next decade, decommissioning costs for oil and gas platforms in the North Sea are estimated at around 30 billion euros a year. Given these high costs, operators and service providers are driven to optimize abandonment techniques. The Decommissioning Seminar is organized in cooperation with IRO, and attendance is free of charge. Join this seminar and benefit from the viewpoint of top operators and contractors as they share information on efficient and cost-effective abandonment solutions like dismantling, recycling and reuse of platforms. Additionally, experts in the field will be on hand to highlight the most pressing legal issues.
Who should attend? decommissioning managers business development directors commercial managers technical managers operations managers project managers legal institutions Participation in the Decommissioning Seminar is free of charge. However, pre-registration is required. Seating is limited, so reserve your spot now!
Offshore Energy 2011 Topical Sessions Tuesday 11 October | 9:30 - 14:00 Wednesday 12 October | 9:30 - 14:00 For those offshore professionals interested in a quick update on a specific subject, Offshore Energy will again offer a series of short sessions in an intimate setting. Seating for these sessions is limited, so reserve your spot now! Wave & Tidal Energy For the first time we will offer a session on the latest progress in wave and tidal energy. Speakers will the discuss the increasing opportunities in this growth market. Offshore Wind In 2020, some 10,000 wind turbines should generate around 40 GW of offshore wind power in Northwest Europe. Learn about the permitting procedures for such large projects during this session on Offshore Wind. Find out what these developments mean for you! Marine Spatial Planning A growing number of varying activities are taking place on the North Sea, steadily increasing the need for spatial planning. Learn about the latest state of affairs in policy and the offshore industry’s response to it.
Deep Sea Mining This new development offers interesting prospects for the future. However, working on the seafloor also presents a new range of technical challenges, legal aspects and financial dares that need to be addressed through innovation, study and smart spending. Heavy Lift New developments, like the decommissioning of platforms and construction of offshore wind farms, will make use of heavy lift vessels. How big can they go, what are the limitations and is bigger always better?
Who should attend? business development directors technical / operations directors engineering directors sales engineers HSE directors project managers and shipping / fleet managers working with oil and gas or renewable energy companies, offshore design and construction contractors and (maritime) service providers industry associations legal and investment institutions
Unconventional Gas Tight sandstones, shale and coal bed methane are the three most common types of gas reservoirs which are jointly named as “unconventional gas”. Following successful unconventional gas exploitation in the United States, there is increasing European interest in this potentially “game changing” development. This is your opportunity to learn more about these challenging gas resources!
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11 & 12 October 2011 | Amsterdam RAI | The Netherlands
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3 conferences: - Global Energy Outlook Conference - Deepwater Gas Conference - Upstream Innovation Conference 2 side events: - Decommissioning Seminar -D rilling & Wells Cluster Meeting Topical sessions on offshore wind, wave & tidal energy, marine spatial planning, deep sea mining, unconventional gas and heavy lift
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Prices are inclusive conference materials and light refreshments, and exclusive 19% VAT. Conference delegates are invited to take part in a buffet luncheon at an additional cost of €17.50 per person. Topical session delegates will be directed to the exhibition floor where various lunch options await them. Additionally, entrance to the Offshore Energy Exhibition is free of charge for both groups.
PRICE INFORMATION conference Booking
1 conference of your choice 2 conferences of your choice All 3 conferences Lunch
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€ 495 € 895 € 1,295 € 17.50
395 695 1,095 17.50
Side Events (free admission, registration required): Drilling & Wells Cluster Meeting (in association with NOGEPA) Decommissioning Seminar (in association with IRO) Topical Session Registration Fees (flat fee, no early bird applies) 1 – 3 sessions of your choice 4 – 5 sessions of your choice 6 sessions
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85 per session 75 per session 395
Conference and Topical Sessions Opening Times
Exhibition Opening Times
Tuesday 11 October Wednesday 12 October
Tuesday 11 October Wednesday 12 October
09:00 – 17:30 09:00 – 14:00
10:00 – 19:00 10:00 – 15:30
For more information on the Offshore Energy Exhibition & Conference, including program details and practical information about the venue, please visit www.offshore-energy.biz.
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