Europe’s largest underwater engineering event, Subsea Expo, is shaping up to what could be the sector’s first, large scale exhibition and conference following lockdown where delegates will be able to meet and network face to face.
Projects from Equinor off the UK and Norway will help bring North Sea spending to its highest level in a decade, according to Westwood Global.
Subsea Expo has celebrated its largest attendance on record after wrapping up the three-day event in Aberdeen.
More than 140 young people from a dozen schools around the north-east of Scotland took part in the final day of Subsea Expo 2020.
A boss at Baker Hughes has hailed the "innovative atmosphere" and "pioneering spirit" on show at this year's Subsea Expo conference and exhibition in Aberdeen.
Officials from Mozambique have showcased the level of investment in the prolific Rovuma basin in a bid to attract the expertise of North Sea companies to its supply chain.
Petrobras has set out the opportunity for UK firms to help decommission assets from its former “cash cow” Campos basin.
Subsea and renewables firms can help unlock Scottish aquaculture’s potential and help feed the world.
Subsea Expo 2020, set to be the biggest in the event’s 15-year history, has today announced its programme of speakers for the conference which will see 70 industry professionals take to the stage at P&J Live on 11-13 February 2020.
The finalists have been announced for the most prestigious awards ceremony in the calendar for the UK’s subsea industry.
Next year’s Subsea Expo will be focussed on new opportunities across the underwater industry, “not just oil and gas and renewables”.
Cameron Bruce, head of oil and gas at RSM, distils the key themes from Subsea Expo 2019.
A top deal-maker for North Sea firms has called for an end to commercial behaviours which are “extremely damaging” for the industry.
Organisers of the Subsea Expo yesterday toasted record attendance as the leading industry conference came to a close.
The boss at an Aberdeen energy service firm is targeting another year of strong turnover growth after seeing investments “pay off”.
Shell said it “has its eye” on more tie-back opportunities for its central North Sea gas hub.
Businesses in Aberdeen received a boost as the Department for International Trade dished out support and advice at Subsea Expo.
The subsea sector has “fallen down the pecking order” for investors, according to leading advisor.
An industry leader has described the renewables sector as “more forward-thinking” than subsea.
The last two years of recovery have been tough, made all the worse by some “catastrophic” failures as the subsea industry sought to restructure and downsize to suit trading conditions.
Life is looking up on the subsea front.
The UK’s £7.5 billion subsea sector will be championed before a global audience at a three-day conference in Aberdeen this week.
Bosses at DeltaTek Global are targeting “aggressive growth” in the wake of a year of breakthroughs for the Dyce-based well construction pioneer.
Unlocking the full potential of the North Sea will be on the top of the agenda at Subsea Expo – the industry’s annual flagship conference and exhibition.
Subsea UK today urged industry to embrace disruptive and enabling technologies to generate greater levels of transparency, efficiency, and performance.