Offshore Energy addresses the technical, operational and commercial challenges associated with future sector growth. The three-day event includes an exhibition where an expected 650+ supply chain companies will showcase their products and services. Next to that, there is an accompanying conference that covers key topics and solutions for the offshore community. The Offshore Energy 2016 edition attracted 11,989 unique attendees representing 99 nationalities.
Expected number of exhibitors > 650+
Expected number of visitors > 12,000
25,000 sq.m. exhibition space
Expected number of delegates > 1500+
Exhibitors, visitors and conference delegates representing over 90+ nationalities
Come benefit from Offshore Energy’s expansion. Meet new customers and partners, as well as strengthen your relations with existing clients. Explore best practices and new developments. Whether you are interested in doing business in Europe, looking for European partners or promoting your global presence.
Exhibition: 10 & 11 October 2017 Conference: 9, 10 & 11 October 2017
Offshore Energy is a cross medial platform for professionals representing the entire upstream value chain. It enables you to discuss topical industry developments, stay up-to-date and expand your network. The Offshore Energy platform consist of an event, a news website and a job portal. Let Offshore Energy be your platform for the future!
Seascape, known for its own product line “Novasub” and representation of a number of high quality subsea products, has entered into an exclusive partner agreement for the Netherlands with nCentric. The deal will see Seascape supply seamless video streaming and data transmissions for large-scale, wireless dynamic mesh networks from its offices in the Netherlands.
Marc Vereecken, Sales Manager EMEA at nCentric said: “The combination of Seascape products together with nCentric technology is a perfect match and will provide our customers turnkey solutions when it comes to wireless data or video transmissions between multiple assets. Today, most communications from oil and gas platforms, in wind farms or in dredging operations depend on expensive satellite links. The nCentric technology delivers a cost effective, efficient and reliable wireless network in large, hard-to-reach geographical areas as an alternative to these satellite links. “
The nCentric technology, in combination with the Seascape products, can be used to monitor offshore operations, increase communication and visibility and can relay high definition footage from Remotely Operated Vehicles (ROVs) in real-time. The system can be configured remotely and can be monitored from an onshore location, reducing the number of people required offshore and limiting downtime.
nCentric’s technology was a key component in the clean-up operation following the Deep Water Horizon disaster in 2010. By using nCentric’s communication node on board eight vessels, crews were able to stream more than 10 live ROV video images to the offshore command centre as well as between one another and create a reliable communication link.
“Harsh offshore conditions combined with remote and isolated locations means that communication lifelines are
increasingly important to manage fleet and vessel operations as well as maintain crew safety. The need to implement secure, fast and reliable communications systems to monitor activity and track production is a vital part of any offshore operation.”
Marc Vereecken, sales manager for nCentric said: “By developing our own patented products and solutions, nCentric has a strong competitive advantage both in terms of technology and pricing compared to other telecommunication companies in the market.“
“Working in partnership with Seascape, we can specifically address the overall communication requirements of platforms, vessels and other assets operating in remote areas, providing high bandwidth and low latency communication solutions that result in more efficient and safer operations.”, Marc Vereecken continues.
Offshore Energy is a gathering of offshore industry professionals. Founded in 2008, Offshore Energy has been breaking records year after year. The 2015 edition attracted 11.865 unique attendees representing 86 nationalities.
Offshore Energy 2016 expectations
Expected number of exhibitors > 650
Expected number of visitors > 11,500
23,500 sq.m. exhibition space
Expected number of delegates > 1,200
Exhibitors, visitors and conference delegates representing over 86 nationalities
Offshore Energy visitors work for companies sush as:
Design, engineering and construction
Equipment / supplies
Drilling and wells services
Shipbuilding , conversion & repair
Heavy lift and transport
Installation and maintanance
Training and recruitment
Financial and legal services
Research and education
Come benefit from Offshore Energy’s expansion. Meet new customers and partners, as well as strengthen your relations with existing clients. Explore best practices and new developments. Whether you are interested in doing business in Europe, looking for European partners or promoting your global presence. Let Offshore Energy be your platform for the future! Register here.
Seascape Subsea Technology is proud to annouce that it has completed a new diver control container for the firm Bodac BV. In order to guarantee that their specialised services are of the highest level, Bodac has invested in a new IMCA compliant and Lloyds witnessed diving system. This system, has been designed specifically for UXO Clearance. This means that Bodac can autonomously carry out specialised services concerning UXO Clearance in Germany.
The DCC is a complete 2 diver Air/Nitrox diving control container for diving up the 50 m water depth, it is IMCA compliant and Lloyds witnessed. The container is divided in 3 compartments. The control compartment is fully isolated. The front compartment has the main entrance door to the middle compartment, the control room. The front compartment also contains the umbilical brackets with umbilical’s, Bailout sets and a helmet cabinet including Kirby Morgan SL27 helmets.
The middle compartment contains the main diver control console. The diver console has a diver gas panel, a 2 diver communication unit with video & light control and recording, a 15” and a 21,5” monitor and a marine VHF. The system is connected with a PC with video software. Also inside this compartment you will find an air-conditioning unit, smoke detection system, cabinet with complete MAD-B-DMAC15 set, heater, a sitting bench which also contains 2 emergency breathing apparatus and a fire extinguisher.
The third compartment which is accessible from the backside of the container, is the engine/storage room. This compartment contains a high pressure compressor, 4x 140 litre/300 Bar bottles, heater, workbench, fan, high pressure switch panel and a fire extinguisher. For more info click here.
Seascape is proud to announce that it will be exhibiting at Oceanology International 2016.
The Oceanology International event offers the world’s leading forum where industry, academia and government share knowledge and connect with the marine science and ocean technology communities.
Oceanology International is held in London every two years. In its 46th edition, it has firmly established itself as the world leading marine science and ocean technology exhibition and conference. Each edition, Oceanology International brings together the latest technologies and thought leaders worldwide.
Attracting visitors from a variety of industries including oil & gas, engineering, renewables and maritime security and marine science, Oceanology International gives the opportunity for buyers and suppliers to do business in one location. Oceanology International offers structured networking opportunities to help suppliers establish relationships and secure business on a global scale. www.oceanologyinternational.com
Oceanology International 2014 was a resounding success attracting its largest ever unique audience of over 8,400 over the three days. Let Offshore Intenational be your platform for the future! Register for free!