INDUSTRY body Subsea UK is hosting a briefing during the Offshore Technology Conference in Houston next month.
The event on Tuesday May 5, is to demonstrate the significant value of innovative technology in improving efficiency and reducing costs in subsea operations.
Part of a series of breakfast briefings organised by UK Trade and Investment, the gathering will showcase technology developed by three companies to an audience of 200 delegates from around the world.
Ian Donald, vice-president of DES Operations, will examine the economic benefits of the company’s patented multiple application re-injection system in well intervention. A new autonomous underwater vehicle concept is being developed by Subsea 7 and global technology manager, John Mair, will demonstrate its potential.
Andrew Stevenson and Mike Watchorn, of IHC Engineering Business, will unveil results of their research and development aimed at providing offshore vessels with enhanced capabilities.
Subsea UK chief executive Alistair Birnie said: “This breakfast promises to provide valuable insight into the development of technology, skills and expertise honed in the UK that adds significant value to subsea production.”