Technical Session: Subsea processing / infrastructure

Offshore Energy event not only offers an exhibition floor where companies and visitors can do business, network and learn more about products and services, we also offer an extensive conference program. Ten technical sessions, side events, keynotes, the Offshore WIND Conference and much more.

One of the Technical Conference sessions will be on Subsea processing/infrastructure.

This Subsea session will discuss the latest developments in subsea and cover multiple subtopics within subsea, such as subsea processing and infrastructure. Subsea processing provides an alternative to production equipment located on a fixed or floating platform. In the current situation, Subsea infrastructure can improve production and cut costs by means of technological innovation.

The session will be moderated by Pieter Swart, Subsea Pipeline Principal at Shell. Speakers include: Eric van der Meer, CEO, Airborne Oil & Gas, Paul Yeats, Products Division Director i-Tech Services at Subsea 7, Mac McKee, Strategic Development Manager at Intecsea, Robert Plat, Principal Consultant Offshore at Royal IHC, Andy Eaton, Business Unit Director at IHC Concept LTD.


Organized in cooperation with: Subsea World News. For more information head to www.offshore-energy.biz and click on the conference tab.


Offshore Energy Exhibition & Conference (OEEC) is an annual event focused on the complete offshore energy industry, from oil & gas to the wind and marine energy.

The two-day event, to be held in Amsterdam, The Netherlands on 25 & 26 October includes an exhibition where an expected 650+ supply chain companies will showcase their products and services. Next to that, there is an accompanying conference that covers key topics and solutions for the offshore community.

Offshore Energy is the fastest growing gathering of offshore industry professionals. Founded in 2008, Offshore Energy has been breaking records year after year. The 2015 edition attracted 11,865 unique attendees representing 86 nationalities.

Source: Navingo

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