Offshore infrastructure access issues will be under the spotlight at an Oil & Gas UK (OGUK) breakfast briefing in Aberdeen next month.
Presentations will focus on areas including recent changes to the industry code of practice for third-party access and the identification of key infrastructure systems for the UK continental shelf (UKCS).
Delegates will hear from Jonathan Roger, managing director of Centrica Energy Upstream, and members of the industry’s Pilot work groups.
The event takes place at Aberdeen Exhibition and Conference Centre on Thursday, August 23.
OGUK operations director Paul Dymond said: “Key to ensuring the economic recovery of an estimated 24billion barrels of oil and gas from the UKCS is maintaining the availability of existing infrastructure and providing access to third-party users on fair and reasonable terms.
“This breakfast event aims to inform delegates of the progress being made.”