Decom Offshore 2017 to see over 30 exhibitors from decommissioning sector

Decom Offshore 2017 to see over 30 exhibitors from decommissioning sector
Roger Esson (Picture source: decomnorthsea.com)
Published: 19 April 2017 - 8 a.m.

Decom North Sea, the membership organisation for the oil and gas late life and decommissioning sector, had announced that its flagship conference and exhibition, Decom Offshore 2017, will take place on May 24 at Aberdeen Exhibition and Conference Centre in the UK.

With over 30 exhibitors expected, the conference will also provide an excellent opportunity for the decommissioning sector to showcase innovative products and solutions.

The conference, held under the theme “Challenging the Norm” , will be the fifth its kind and will be principally sponsored by Bureau Veritas UK,.

According to a press release, the day’s programme will review the progression of the decommissioning sector, discussing and challenging the current decommissioning “norm”. The expected 400 attendees will hear from keynote speaker, Centrica’s Managing Director of Exploration & Production, Chris Cox, followed by updates from key industry representatives, including the Oil and Gas Authority and Dutch body, EBN who will discuss their Decommissioning 100 Day Masterplan and Dutch Opportunity. The regulators will share the agenda with several operators - including Maersk and ENGIE E&P Nederland B.V.


Delegates will also have a choice of three break-out sessions, covering the topics of Wells Technology Today, Onshore Decommissioning Opportunity and Alternative Removal Technologies. New for 2017’s programme, a “Question Time” panel session chaired by Mark McAllister, chairman of The Decommissioning Company, will also allow the audience to put their questions to several key sector stakeholders including the Scottish Fishermen’s Federation and Marine Scotland.

The conference will include One-to-One sessions, with particular emphasis upon supply chain export opportunities via expertise of the Decom North Sea’s board of directors and guidance from Department for International Trade and Scottish Development International covering Asia, Canada, China, Denmark, Mexico, Norway and The Netherlands.

Commenting on the event programme, Decom North Sea chief executive, Roger Esson said: “Decom North Sea exists to connect capability with opportunity across the oil and gas late life and decommissioning sector, and by “Challenging the Norm”, Decom Offshore 2017 is an opportunity for us all to focus upon the evolution of decommissioning.

“The event agenda and networking opportunities throughout the day clearly support Decom North Sea’s aim to ensure optimum working relationships between regulators, industry bodies and operators whilst working to enhance knowledge transfer and facilitate collaborative activities to deliver “innovative solutions” that minimise decommissioning costs, ensure best value for tax payers and maximise business potential for its global member companies.”
Delegate bookings are now open for Decom Offshore 2017. Bookings for the One-to-One sessions will be sent directly to registered delegates. Sponsorship and exhibition opportunities are also currently available. For further information on each, please visit www.decomnorthsea.com.

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