Next edition of Offshore Technology International
The next edition of Offshore Technology International is due out in August 2015. The edition will be distributed to 5,000 key decision makers within the industry as well as at major industry events. Want to know more? The media pack is below.
Scotland’s first minister Nicola Sturgeon visited China this week to promote investment in the North Sea oil and gas sector.
The developers of the proposed offshore Navitus Bay Wind Park, located off the Dorset and Hampshire coasts to the west of the Isle of Wight, have announced they will pump £8.6m into two funds for local skills and supply chain engagement.
Unique Group, the integrated subsea and offshore solution provider with a major operation in Aberdeen, has set in place measures to double its size and global infrastructure by 2019 through capital investment, acquisitions and expansion into key markets.
Offshore Technology International - Latest Issue
Latest on Offshore Technology International
- Sturgeon champions Scottish oil and gas expertise in China
- King Lear proves potential of mature fields
- Navitus Bay creates £8.6m local skills and supply chain fund
- Unique Group to double global subsea and offshore business
- Bright future for ‘all subsea’ offshore processing
- Apache leaves Australia
- Contracts awarded for Mexico’s first deepwater subsea development
- New Chinese deepwater discovery in Pearl River mouth
- Significant deepsea discovery offshore Guyana
- Green Investment Bank invests £236m in Rampion offshore wind farm
- Robot-run FLNG concept from DNV GL
- Subsea 7 to cut workforce by 2,500
- Dunlin succumbs to low oil price and high production costs
- Germany and China push UK off offshore wind top spot
- Deepwater Gulf of Mexico SURF contract awarded