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offshore energy Offshore Oil & Gas | Transport & Storage | Maritime Services | Offshore Wind Offshore Supply | Offshore Contracting | Offshore Vessels

23 & 24 October 2012 amsterdam RAI | The Netherlands www.offshore-energy.biz

Leader firms at 2012 edition

Offshore Energy Column

The maritime x-factor

The fifth edition of Offshore Energy will take place on 23 and 24 October in the Amsterdam RAI, the Netherlands. Visitors have a chance to mingle with over 400 offshore energy companies in one, central place – a 12,000 m2 exhibition hall (an increase in floor space of 4,000 m2 compared to last year). Around 150 exhibitors have already reserved their booth. More key players Offshore Energy is the fastest growing businessto-business offshore event in Europe. When compared to last year’s edition, the OE2012 is expected to reach a growth margin of 33%. Next to that, the companies expected to book their space and participate in the conference program are among the leading firms in the industry today. Spacious set-up, professional atmosphere, highly motivated visitors and a variety of high-level decision making visitors are just a few of the reasons companies choose to exhibit at Offshore Energy.

Marnix Krikke, Deputy Director, Holland Shipbuilding Association and Director, Centre for Maritime Technology and Innovation, shares his view on the key success factors of the Dutch offshore industry at page 3.

A number of internationally operating companies have confirmed their participation. New corporate exhibitors at Offshore Energy 2012 are Lloyd’s Register, the international maritime classification society and risk management organization, and Bosch Rexroth, one of the world’s leading specialists in the field

Event organizer Navingo present at OTC

of drive and control technologies. Offshore Energy welcomes back companies such as Van Oord, Fugro, Imtech Marine, GustoMSC and Heerema.

spacious set-up, professional atmosphere and highly motivated visitors Edward Heerema opens Networking Event Allseas’ founder and president Edward Heerema will open the Offshore Energy principal Networking Event on the first exhibition day. Mr. Heerema will open the evening by emphasizing the good position of The Netherlands as a country that makes an innovative partner within the international oil and gas industry. The networking event is expected to attract 400 attendees. More information on the complete Social Program of Offshore Energy can be found on page 2.

news from our exhibitors

Navingo, the Dutch maritime & offshore media group, will be present at the Dutch Pavilion throughout all 5 days. During this time, the Navingo team looks forward to introducing all their products to the international oil & gas industry. Navingo considers their presence at OTC as a great opportunity to make new contacts and strengthen existing relationships.

Damen Shipyards is on the move in the offshore and offshore wind industries

Offshore Energy 2012 sees Damen Shipyards coming back for the 4th time. Currently, Damen is building a series of Platform Supply Vessels for the Brazilian market in cooperation with Wilson, Sons, as well as various (seismic) survey and support vessels. In addition, six PSVs of the newly designed PSV 3300 Clean Design series are being built for Norwegian client WWS. As to offshore wind, the High Speed Support Vessel 2610, a catamaran with a double Sea Axe bow, has proven its worth in wave heights over 2.5 m. Within weeks, Damen will present a new, smaller Twin Axe design.

Largest heavy lift crane in Europe operational at BOW Terminal

In 2012, BOW Terminal has invested in the largest fixed heavy lift crane of Europe (Gottwald MK 1500 crane), with 1200 tons lifting capacity. The crane is in use as of April 2012. BOW Terminal, operational since 2010, is excellently located on the North Sea coast in Vlissingen at the mouth of the Western Scheldt, with direct access to open sea, without any locks or bridges. The availability of permanent heavy lift capacity makes this terminal a perfect location for offshore (wind) and heavy lift projects. In 2011/2012, BOW Terminal facilitated the construction of several offshore projects, such as Sheringham Shoal, Lincs, London Array, MORL, Teesside, South Arne and Ekofisk.

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newsflash Social Program exhibition & Conference

Offshore Energy offers an extensive social program. This program is focused on offering visitors and exhibitors maximum networking possibilities throughout the event. From post booth build-up drinks to the always beneficial networking event, and social drinks at the end of each exhibition day.

Program (subject to change) Monday 22 October Tuesday 23 October

Kick Off Party

 All early arrivals and exhibitors who are building up their booths are invited for a drink at the end of the day. The Kick Off Party will take place at the exhibition venue.

Networking Event

opened by Edward Heerema, president, Allseas The official Networking Event is a network opportunity you will not want to miss! An evening with music, culinary highlights, entertainment and, above all, maximum networking opportunities! An excellent opportunity to invite your business relations and share a great evening! The Networking Event will be opened by Edward Heerema, founder and president of Allseas, a global leader in offshore pipeline installation and subsea construction. In the months building up to the event all exhibitors will automatically be informed about the various participation and client invitation possibilities. The Networking Event will take place at the exhibition venue.

Tuesday 23 & Wednesday 24 October

Allseas’ fleet of vessels

Social Drinks 

On both exhibition days, all those present at Offshore Energy are invited for a closing drink. Following tradition, the closing drink on day 2 will take place on the actual exhibition floor.

How about toasting the success of the exhibition with your valued relations? Become official host of the Networking Event 23 October | 1st Exhibition Day Packages include: • Company logo in all marketing material, including invitations • Extensive exposure during the evening • 15 Entry Tickets • Sparkling wine for you and your relations Contact us today for more information about this excellent opportunity to further cement your business relationships and create more brand awareness! Please send an email to am@navingo.com or phone 0031 (0)10 209 2671. 2


offshore energy Offshore Energy Column

The Maritime X-Factor

Offshore Energy brings you a series of columns, in which prominent industry representatives share their views on key developments in the offshore oil, gas and energy markets.

Key success factors of the Dutch offshore and maritime industry

Coming up: Johan van Wijland, Managing Director Van Oord Offshore Wind Projects.

On 19 March the Dutch minister of economic affairs Maxime Verhagen opened a new test facility of MARIN, the well-known Maritime Institute of The Netherlands. The new Depressurized Wave Basin is an impressive and unique facility, ready to be used for testing of propellers, shipboard noise, offshore structures and many other issues. This facility is part of The Netherlands maritime knowledge infrastructure, and serves clients from The Netherlands and abroad. Surrounded by concrete walls of 1,5 m thickness, mr. Verhagen stated that this facility will strengthen the position of The Netherlands maritime industry. The cooperation between the industry, knowledge centres such as MARIN, and the government has contributed to the leading position of the industry in the world export markets. These three stakeholders have to renew and strengthen their relationship continuously in ever changing and very demanding conditions. Why do we need such a strong national cooperation in a truly international and global business? Dutch companies are well-known for their ability to communicate effectively with clients The key to success for the industry is to make the right choices in a very competitive world market. The Dutch companies have made the choice to specialize in niche markets that require complex and sophisticated ships. Examples of these are offshore work ships, dredgers, mega yachts, tugs, coastal and inland ships and ships for governmental services and defence. Recently a new category of ships has been added: ships for installation and maintenance of offshore wind farms. Another high potential market is deep sea mining. There are other factors contributing to this success. The ship designers, shipyards and suppliers have to be flexible and innovative to make a difference both in development of products and in improvement of the building process. In addition the innovation process will accelerate when clients and suppliers are involved. Dutch companies are well-known for their ability to communicate effectively with clients. Innovation is enabled by a strong basis of industrial R&D programmes. Knowledge institutes are key in organizing pre-competitive R&D. This is done in Joint Industry Projects, in which a number of companies, end users, class societies etc. cooperate. Many of these are organized by institutes such as MARIN and TNO, and involve international partners. Leader firms as well as various high tech SME’s participate in these projects. Some of these projects are carried out within the EC framework programmes, together with partners from all over Europe. The industry initiated four innovation themes: the clean ship, the smart ship, offshore resources and the smart port. The industrial R&D will only be successful when based on scientific research in a number of technology areas. This is in my view primarily a responsibility for the government. In the Dutch industry policy the government promised to take care of focused fundamental technology development for the priority industrial areas. A sound structure for development of fundamental knowledge at universities will contribute to the delivery of highly qualified engineers. Many talented foreign students complete their studies and find their way to the industry. The government supports these ideas but is bound by severe budget cuts.

Marnix Krikke, Deputy Director Holland Shipbuilding Association / Director CMTI (Centre for Maritime Technology and Innovation) The role of the government is not limited to the funding of fundamental knowledge and education. Their responsibility is also to develop regulations for safe and clean operations of ships, mainly within the IMO framework. Regulations that will often stimulate development of innovative solutions. Another role is to act as launching customer of new technologies by setting high standards. And last but not least the government has to guard a level playing field in the world markets. our culture and our economy are connected strongly with the sea The Dutch maritime industry has a strong position in the main export markets and will grow mainly in their international branches. They will however foster the fundamental knowledge, invest in cooperative industrial research and keep on building complex ships and systems in The Netherlands, in cooperation with the centres of knowledge and the government. Their view is towards upcoming markets and to promote the maritime industry worldwide. The Dutch maritime cluster is promoted with the branding campaign Maritime by Holland. Maritime by Holland is a joint initiative for 11,000 companies powering the maritime cluster in Holland. Together, they generate social and economic value for clients worldwide through an combination of expertise, imagination and collaboration. Visitors of Offshore Energy can visit the Maritime by Holland Pavilion and experience the key characteristics of the Dutch maritime industry: innovation, cooperation and most of all, top quality! Is the success of the Dutch maritime industry fully explained by these factors? I do not think so. A major factor is that the Dutch, our culture and our economy are connected strongly with the sea. The sea that offers many opportunities and challenges. The speech of mr. Verhagen concluded with an interesting observation: the X-factor is our ability to innovate, our power to achieve and our national identity. Water is in our genes. 3


newsflash New members exhibition & Conference

Committee of Recommendation

Offshore Energy is honored to present the members of the Offshore Energy Committee of Recommendation. By participating in the committee of recommendation, members demonstrate their support for Offshore Energy. Members of the committee fully embrace the concept of Offshore Energy and promote the event within their networks. The committee’s members are top leaders in the industry. Some of them have been in the committee since it’s foundation in January 2011, others have joined the committee this year. New members are: Mieke Bakker-Mantjes, Bart van de Leemput, Sander Vergroesen and Tino Vinkesteijn.

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Mr. Joep Athmer Director, Van Oord Offshore

Mrs. Mieke BakkerMantjes General Director, Holland Shipbuilding Association

Mr. Kommer Damen Chairman of the Board, Damen Shipyards Group

Mr. Sjef van Dooremalen Chairman, Holland Shipbuilding Association

Mr. André Goedée CEO, Dockwise

Mr. Michael Kahn Managing Director, Jumbo Offshore

Mr. Bart van de Leemput Managing Director, Nederlandse Aardolie Maatschappij; Vice President Non-Operated Ventures Europe at Shell

Mr. Harold Linssen Managing Director, Keppel Verolme

Mr. Bram van Mannekes Secretary - General, NOGEPA

Mr. Arend van Nieuwland Director, Tullow Overseas Holdings

Mr. Jaap den Ouden Founder and Member of the Supervisory Board, Mercon

Mr. Gerard Schut General Manager, Chevron Exploration and Production Netherlands

Mr. Sander Vergroesen Managing Director, the Association of Dutch Suppliers in the Oil and Gas Industry

Mr. Tino Vinkesteijn CCO, Heerema Fabrication Group

Mr. Ruud Zoon Managing Director, GDF SUEZ E&P Netherlands


offshore energy Bluestream sponsor Offshore Energy 2012 Bluestream, specialized in the provision of Diving, ROV and Rope Access Services, is one of the sponsors of Offshore Energy 2012. Bluestream recognizes Offshore Energy as a great place to boost their brand awareness and has, once again, opted to sponsor the visitor badges. “As a typical Dutch offshore subsea and topside service provider operating in an international environment,” says Caspar Domstorff, member of the board of Bluestream, “we truly believe that the Dutch offshore industry and all its suppliers have the talent, capacity and technical knowledge that makes a difference on a global scale. Exhibiting and additional sponsoring of Offshore Energy 2012 will not only further demonstrate our commitment and presence in the market as a professional company and employer, but also as an ambassador of Holland and her offshore related capabilities.”

sponsoring of Offshore Energy 2012 will further demonstrate our commitment and presence in the market Last year Offshore Energy welcomed companies such as Heerema, Huisman, Wärtsilä and Baker Hughes as sponsors. This year’s edition offers more opportunities for event sponsoring, ranging from interesting all-inclusive packages to sponsoring individual items. The conference delegates in particular form an interesting target group. This is an audience that stands out by its high level of decision making authority. Offshore Energy offers a wide variety of sponsorship solutions to choose from, perfectly suited to the goals and budget of any company. Platinum, Gold and Silver Sponsorships Companies interested in full package sponsorship opportunities have the opportunity to choose from Platinum, Gold or Silver packages. These packages include pre-event benefits such as inclusion of the company logo in all pre-event marketing material and email messages. On-site, sponsors can benefit from various VIP services. For example, a meeting room will be at the sponsor’s disposal and includes full catering services. And, most importantly, visibility throughout the event and venue will be ensured. Platinum, Gold and Silver sponsorships start at € 5,000.

Offshore Energy Sponsorship Prospectus For a complete overview of all Offshore Energy sponsorship opportunities, please review the Offshore Energy Sponsorship Prospectus, available on www.offshore-energy.biz. The Offshore Energy sales team is also happy to advise you on which possibilities could best suit your company’s goals and budget. Please call +31 (0)10 209 2600 for more information.

A la carte sponsorship opportunities Not interested in a full package deal? Companies can also pick and choose individual items from the a la carte prospectus. A la carte opportunities include sponsoring a social drink or co-hosting the official Offshore Energy Networking Event. Addionally, specific promotional items can be sponsored such as the key cord sponsoring, event floor plan or event catalogue advertisement. A la carte sponsorship opportunities start at € 795. Advertisement

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offshore energy discover which way the Wind blows at Offshore Energy the spotlight on the offshore wind industry. Additionally, the conference program will feature sessions on developments in the offshore wind industry.

In 2011 more than 5,000 offshore professionals spread over 30 nationalities found their way to Offshore Energy. A considerable number of these visitors had special interest in the offshore wind sector, which is in line with the growing worldwide market demand for offshore wind energy. The offshore wind industry has become a separate industry in its own right and now delivers an integral part of our global power generation. By 2030, the offshore wind capacity is expected to exceed the capacity of onshore wind operations. Based on this prediction, the industry will invest around €400 billion between now and 2050. Increased role offshore wind at exhibition and conference Offshore Energy’s answer to this growing interest and demand is the introduction of the Offshore Wind Zone at the 2012 edition. This zone is a clearly defined walk-way that is completely

In cooperation with Offshore WIND Exhibitors in both the Offshore Wind Zone and Offshore Wind Route can benefit from Offshore Energy’s attractive advertising extras with its media partners: OffshoreWind.biz and Offshore WIND magazine. Offshore WIND is the media authority on offshore wind and delivers expert knowledge on wind farms, projects, markets, vessels, equipment, turbines, research, contractors and the leading authorities dominating these markets.

devoted to offshore wind supply chain companies. Also, the well known Offshore Wind Route will be extended, highlighting offshore wind activities of participating companies that service multiple offshore industries. Both the Offshore Wind Zone and Route will shine

Offshore Wind packages include among other things: • Clear demarcation of your booth on the floor plan as a participant of either the Offshore Wind Zone or the Offshore Wind Route • A 100-word profile in the event catalogue • 1/2 page advertisement in Offshore WIND magazine Contact us today for more information on your Offshore Wind participation! Phone +31 (0)10 209 2600.

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