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.
Subsea UK has announced a new board of senior subsea leaders following a ballot at its AGM last week.
A partnership between Scotland and Japan will inject £21m into six projects designed to tackle the next wave of challenges in the subsea industry.
A first of its kind event focussing solely on the subsea and drilling industries in Brazil is set to take place in Rio de Janeiro in November.
A subsea conference set to take place in Aberdeen next week has said it will have a focus on the latest developments in the "evolving" underwater robotics technology.
Exceptional oil and gas companies and their dedicated employees were recognised at one of the industry’s most prestigious award ceremonies on Friday night.
Celebrated underdog Eddie ‘The Eagle’ Edwards will discuss the value of persevering “even through the toughest of times” at an offshore industry event this week.
Next year’s Subsea Expo will be focussed on new opportunities across the underwater industry, “not just oil and gas and renewables”.
Underwater operations and their potential for extending the life of UK North Sea fields will be in the spotlight at the fast-looming SPE Offshore Europe oil and gas show.
The UK's oil and gas and defence sectors are to collaborate on advanced underwater technology to solve some of the energy sectors big "challenges", Subsea UK has revealed.
A Subsea UK conference due to be held in Aberdeen later this year will focus on underwater robotic technology.
A Subsea UK event in Aberdeen next week is aimed at helping companies finance their growth ambitions.
UK firms are being invited to take part in a trade mission to Brazil which will showcase new innovations in subsea technology.
The engineers of the future went head-to-head at Robert Gordon University (RGU) last month when they put underwater robots, which they designed and built, to the test as part of an annual competition.
Plans for a multi-million-pound global underwater engineering “hub” in Aberdeen could see the Granite City become the focal point of UK expertise in renewable energy acquaculture, defence and oil and gas subsea technologies, it emerged yesterday.
Like the majority of the work the UK underwater engineering industry carries out, its contribution to the economy has been largely hidden from view nationally.
The Australasia Oil and Gas Conference (AOG) is Australia’s largest oil and gas exhibition, and Subsea UK attended the event with five member companies to promote UK expertise and learn about the opportunities in this continent.
The UK’s £7.5 billion subsea sector needs to shed its “master and servant mindset”, an industry veteran said yesterday.
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.
Subsea UK and Japan’s Nippon Foundation have issued a call for North Sea firms to enter into a multi-million pound investment opportunity.
There is a "big prize" for the north-east subsea sector if it can get greater government recognition and support, according to a subsea boss.
The past, present and future of the subsea industry will be discussed at an event near London next month.
Several industry bodies are joining forces for a conference next month to highlight how subsea supply chain firms can work together to improve the competitiveness of the North Sea.
The subsea industry is finally starting to feel the positive effects of improved market conditions in oil and gas, despite this week’s closure of the Underwater Centre.