Four reasons to visit OPT 2017
The annual Offshore Pipeline Technology Conference 2017 (OPT) will be an opportunity for offshore pipeline professionals to meet, network, and learn from experienced companies in the industry when it is hosted later this month.
Hosted at the Okura Hotel in Amsterdam, Netherlands from 28 February-2 March, in 2017 OPT will be celebrating its 40th anniversary.
Attendees will have the opportunity to connect with companies involved in the entire offshore pipeline supply chain, meet new contacts and be educated on the industry’s latest technology and innovation.
Here are four reasons to attend OPT 2017.
- Get the latest assessment of the offshore pipeline industry
Delegates will hear from EMAS Chiyoda Subsea’s Chris Tam on the global contractor’s views of the current market, challenges and future opportunities.
- How can the sector achieve cost efficient offshore pipeline projects?
DNV GL CEO Oil & Gas Elisabeth Tørstad will discuss industry approaches to reducing costs and the documentation requirements for future offshore pipeline projects.
- Successfully executing subsea and pipeline projects
Project Manager Mark Richardson from Apache North Sea, which has a proven track record of successful delivery of subsea and pipeline projects, will outline how the company maintains continued success in project delivery.
- Moving towards deeper water
Shell Subsea Pipeline Principal Pieter Swart will share the company’s approach to developing deeper fields, a look into the future of subsea infrastructure requirements and advances in riser technology.
Click here to register for the event.
For more information visit the OPT 2017 website.
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