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Annual Offshore Support Journal Conference 2020

05 February 2020 - 06 February 2020
09:00 - 18:00
London

A sector in recovery – is this the new norm?

The Annual Offshore Support Journal Conference will take place 5-6 February 2020 in London. Each year this event attracts more than 500 delegates and is the premier conference for global offshore support industry.

Our 2020 programme will deliver the latest industry data, expert analysis of key trends, fresh case studies, and the critical business information you require for strategic decision making.

Increased vessel utilisation, renewed offshore drilling and signs of a slow down in shale production point to a sector in recovery and an improved outlook for the OSV sector in 2020. Is this a blip or does it denote the new norm?

Our conference programme will identify the regions and segments that hold the greatest earnings potential in the year ahead; the expected trend in charter rates and the likely direction in crewing and operating costs.

We will also provide clear direction, examples and insight on current and emergent technologies that will deliver the greatest operational efficiencies and support profitable operations. We’ll analyse the extent Big Data, AI and intelligent technologies can redraw OSV economics.

Attendees will come away with a clear understanding of how they can best position themselves for the year ahead.

Programme Highlights

Analysis of key trends and market data
An in-depth review of industry developments over the past 12 months, the status of the oil markets and their impact on the OSV sector.

Meet the Oil Companies
A unique opportunity to hear from the oil and gas community and get an insight into the changes faced by the sector since the 2014 crash. They will discuss how these changes are being implemented, key drivers in selecting an OSV partner and the importance of collaboration to build stronger and more sustainable relationships with OSV partners. Get the inside track from Equinor, Shell, BP and Chrysaor

Review of global markets
A review of the key offshore regions, providing a detailed analysis of the commercial prospects in a challenging market.

Alternative markets
A look at the increasing opportunities for OSV players to enter the deepsea mining, offshore and floating wind, decommissioning and ‘blue economy’ industries.

Moving towards a digitalised and automated world
Demonstrating the latest digital technologies, advances in IoT monitoring systems, using AI in vessel operations and developments in autonomous systems.

Keeping afloat
How companies can reduce costs while maintaining safety; opportunities offered by restructuring; finance terms and availability.

Offshore industry leaders outlook
A panel of leaders from Tidewater, Bourbon Offshore, POSH Kerry Renewables and GC Rieber Shipping will share their plans for the next 12 months and how they will position themselves for growth once the market upturn appears.

 

Other Offshore Support Journal Events which will take place in February 2020:

The European Dynamic Positioning Conference: The Evolution of Dynamic Positioning. More details here

Offshore Wind Journal Conference: Exploring the growth opportunities. More details here

The OSJ Subsea Conference: After a 3-year break the OSJ Subsea Conference returned in 2019 due to renewed interest in this area and some significant developments in subsea technology and vessels that the industry needs to know more about. More details here

 

Testimonials

“The OSJ Conferences is a unique opportunity to meet a diverse mix of professionals within the Offshore Industries. In addition to the interesting presentations you are able meet and converse with designers, shipbuilders, equipment manufacturers, ship owners, bankers and other financiers, investors and ship brokers all in one place. I experienced many interesting conversations and made many new acquaintances during my attendance at the 2019 Subsea/Wind and OSJ annual Conferences”
Christoffer Syversen, CEO, Volstad

“This is the right place be if you are interested in expanding your potential customer base. We had a great time in connecting with various companies in the offshore wind industry and oil and gas industries”
Ståle Fure, Head of Service and Aftermarket, Seaonics

“As a software provider to the Offshore industry, it is imperative for Tero Marine to have an updated understanding of the offshore market and our customers market conditions. As such, the annual OSJ conference is the best option available for us. The quality of the speakers and content presented at the 2019 event, was exceptionally good. In combination with the networking sessions we now have a better foundation for our future plans in addition to several leads and contacts we are following up on”
Erik Sarmento Staubo, EVP Sales, Tero Marine

2020 highlights

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A sector in recovery – is this the new norm?

Tuesday 4 February 2020

From 18:00 - 20:00 Pre-registration at Novotel London West Hotel, 1st floor Champagne Suite
From 18:00 - 22:00 Welcome Drinks at VesselsValue, Lyric House, Hammersmith Rd, Hammersmith, London W14 0QL

DAY ONE: Wednesday 5 February 2020

07:30 Registration, coffee and networking

08:50 Welcome address from Riviera Maritime Media
Edwin Lampert, Head of Content, Riviera Maritime Media

09:00 Platinum sponsor welcome address
Bart L. Long, Offshore Segment Manager, Marine Account Management, Caterpillar Marine

09:10 An Overview of the OSV Sector
John Snyder, Editor, Offshore Support Journal

SESSION 1: INDUSTRY DEVELOPMENTS, ANALYSIS OF KEY TRENDS AND MARKET DATA

An in-depth review of industry developments overs the past 12 months, status of the oil markets and their impact on the OSV sector and an assessment of the global vessels and offshore rigs sector.

09:15 Keynote Address: The Changing Face of the OSV Sector

  • Global energy demand and impact on the OSV sector.
  • Review of supply and demand on a global basis.
  • What impact are renewables having on the sector – challenges and opportunities.
  • How technology innovations are changing the OSV industry.
  • Meeting changing customer demands and adapting to meet their needs.
  • What will the next 12 months bring?

John Gellert, President and Chief Executive Officer, SEACOR Marine Holdings Inc

09:35 Review of Today’s Global Oil and Gas Markets

  • A review of the oil markets and consequences for the OSV sector.
  • Forecasts for E&P spending.
  • What sector of the vessels market will recover first?

Simon Sjøthun, Partner, Rystad Energy

09:55 Offshore Drilling Rigs Market Update

  • Market size and update on the global offshore rig count.
  • Assessing global activity by region.
  • Current market drivers and future trends.
  • Future market outlook.

Thom Payne, Head of Offshore, Rigs & Wells, Westwood Global Energy

10:15 Review of the Global OSV Markets

  • Market drivers and impact on performance.
  • Trends in the PSV and AHTS markets.
  • Developments, trends and opportunities in the subsea sector.
  • Where are the future opportunities for offshore vessels?

Robert Day, Head of Offshore, VesselsValue

10:35 Q&A

10:50 Networking coffee break in the exhibition area

SESSION 2: REVIEW OF THE GLOBAL MARKETS

A “round the globe” review of the key offshore regions, providing a detailed analysis of the commercial prospects in a challenging market. Speakers will share their views on: status of market recovery, vessel utilisation, layups and oversupply, charter rates, and activity by vessel type.

11:30 North Sea & Europe

11:50 Middle East and Africa (West & East)
Fazel A. Fazelbhoy, Chief Executive Officer, Synergy Offshore


12:10 Asia Pacific
Gregory Brown, Associate Director – Offshore, Maritime Strategies International


12:30 The Americas

12:50 Session Q&A

13:00 Networking lunch break in the exhibition area sponsored by Vanuatu Maritime Services

SESSION 3: JOIN THE ’ALTERNATIVE MARKETS’ OR ’MOVING TOWARDS A DIGITISED AND AUTOMATED WORLD’ SESSION

The alternatives markets session (3A) will look at the increasing opportunities for OSV players to enter the deepsea mining, offshore & floating wind, decommissioning and ‘blue economy’ industries in general. These alternative markets may not be the panacea but they do offer significant opportunities to diversify and add to your bottom line whilst activity in the traditional oil and gas markets remains low.
The ‘moving towards a digitalised and automated world’ session (3B) will review some of the innovative technologies driving optimised OSV operations. Speakers will demonstrate the latest digital technologies, how data management can improve marine and logistics efficiency, and will digitalisation make a difference in the industry?

SESSION 3A: OPPORTUNITIES IN ALTERNATIVE MARKETS

WORLD

14:10 Opportunities in the ‘Blue Economy’

  • What opportunities do the defence, marine agriculture and tidal/wave industries offer the OSV sector?
  • What vessels will be required to service these industries?

David Sheret, Co-Founder & Executive Director, Archer Knight

14:30 Offshore & Floating Wind Sectors

  • Opportunities for support vessels.
  • Possibilities and limitations for OSV owners.
  • How do FOW farms differ to fixed platforms for vessel requirements.

Chris Anderson, CEO, 4C Offshore

14:50 Deepsea Mining

  • Current status of deepsea mining.
  • Review of the opportunities for vessel owners - what’s the reality?
  • Vessel newbuilds for seabed mining.
  • Opportunities for laid-up vessels to be converted/utilised for deepsea mining.
  • Addressing the key challenges in this unique sector.
  • Different sources of funding.

Eleanor Martin, Partner, Norton Rose Fulbright

15:10 Offshore Decommissioning Sector

  • Market size and valuation.
  • Identifying the opportunities for support vessels.
  • What value does the decom market potentially hold for the OSV sector?
  • Where are the ‘hot spots’.

Martha Vasquez, Associate Director, Upstream Oil & Gas, Boston Consulting Group

15:30 Q&A

SESSION 3B: MOVING TOWARDS A DIGITALISED AND AUTOMATED

14:10 OSVs – Moving into the Digital Age

  • Review of digital technologies and initiatives.
  • Digitalisation as a means to improved performance, cost reduction and sustainable operations.
  • Identifying and addressing potential threats and challenges.

Robert Desai, Chief Commercial Officer, P&O Maritime Logistics

14:30 How Data Management and Analysis Can Improve Marine & Logistics Efficiency

  • How data management and IT solutions enable companies to do business better.
  • Turnkey solution to boost operational efficiency.
  • Digital transformation is powering the oil and gas industry.<
  • Bridging the gap between crisis and resource optimization.

Arnaud Dianoux, Managing Director, Opsealog

14:50 Will Digitalisation, IoT, AI, Machine Learning and Enabling Technology Make a Difference in the Industry?

  • What is the take out for the maritime industry?
  • Will the cost pay off?
  • User case study.

Arild Sæle, Chief Commercial Officer, Scandinavian Reach Technologies

15:10 How Digital Capabilities Can Increase Vessel Earning Potential, Efficiency and Overall Profitability
With offshore market conditions continuing to remain difficult and operating cost pressures increasing, shipping companies of all sizes are being challenged to rethink their business models. There are opportunities to improve vessel earning potential, operational efficiency and overall profitability through the application of load handling focused digital capabilities.
Daniel Lundberg, Director, New Service Models, Digital & New Business Transformation, MacGregor

15:30 Q&A


15:45
Networking coffee break in the exhibition area


SESSION 4: JOIN THE ’’VALUATION, CONSOLIDATION AND COLLABORATION’ OR ’TECHNOLOGY AND INNOVATION’ SESSION

The valuation, consolidation and collaboration session (4A) will look at corporate consolidations’ past, present and future and the role that data has in the decision-making process. Speakers will share the vessels valuation and pricing realities in today’s tough market and review the opportunities collaboration and vessel sharing offers.
The technology and innovation session (4B) will showcase advances in vessel electrification and what this means for the sector, the latest developments in hybrid and alternative power sources and new design requirements for next generation vessels.

 

SESSION 4A: VALUATION, CONSOLIDATION AND COLLABORATION

 

Session Chair:Edwin Lampert, Head of Content, Riviera Maritime Media

16:20 Vessels Valuations: The Reality in Today’s Market

  • Valuation and pricing trends.
  • Landmark deals and epic fails of 2019.
  • The bigger picture and the longer term.
  • Hope springs eternal – the choices ahead.

George Horsington, Head of Offshore, ABC Maritime

16:40 Balancing Cost, Efficiency and Safety in a Changeable Market

  • chieving cost reduction without compromising safety and environmental protection.
  • Balancing these key drivers in a cost restrained market.
  • How technology developments can drive cost reduction, optimise efficiencies and improve safety.

Senior Representative, Caterpillar

17:00 Q&A

17:05 Panel Session Collaboration and Vessel Sharing – The Future for the OSV sector?

  • Collaboration and vessel sharing to drive efficiencies and cost savings.
  • Realising the benefits of vessel sharing.
  • Examples of vessel sharing in the sector – who’s doing what, where?

Panellists include:
Douglas Lang, Group Managing Director – Offshore, Anglo-Eastern Group
Jan-Piet Baars, President, ISOA
Chris Coull, Regional Director – Operations, Peterson

SESSION 4B: TECHNOLOGY AND INNOVATION

 

16:20 Eidesvik Experience with Hybrid Solutions

  • Technical & commercial experience with energy storage system (battery).
  • Results of our projects.
  • What do we see in the crystal ball.

Jan Lodden, EVP and COO, Eidesvik Offshore

16:40 Improved Fuel Economy Through Software and Battery Technology
Sveinung Økland, Operation Manager, North Sea Shipping
Gjord Simen Sanna, CEO, Yxney Maritime
Kurt Roar Vilhelmsen, CEO, Unisea

17:00 Addressing Environmental Challenges in the OSV Industry

  • Waste reduction – removal of non-value adding activities.
  • Future fuels.
  • Carbon free fuels.
  • Electricity (battery), fuel cell technology, use of ammonia and methane as alternatives to hydrogen.

Oskar Levander, SVP Concepts & Innovation, Kongsberg Maritime

17:20 New OSV Concepts for the Next Generation of Oil & Gas Operators

  • Opportunities in challenging market conditions.
  • Integrated design – vessels & equipment.
  • Innovation through market collaboration.

Ruben de Nie, Business Development Manager, Damen

 

17:40 Q&A

17:45
Chairman’s day one closing remarks

17:50 End of day one

19:00 Drinks reception sponsored by Anglo-Eastern

20:00 Gala dinner sponsored by Cummins, followed by the Offshore Support Journal Awards sponsored by Bureau Veritas, Damen Shipyards Gorinchem, DNV GL, Equinor, F3O, UPTIME International, V.Group and Vroon Offshore Services


DAY TWO: THURSDAY 6 FEBRUARY 2020

08:30 Registration, and networking coffee sponsored by GE Energy Power Conversion

09:00 Welcome address from Riviera Maritime Media
Edwin Lampert, Head of Content, Riviera Maritime Media


SESSION 5: COLLABORATION, COOPERATION AND SUSTAINABILITY

Key vessel owners and oil & gas companies will review the increasing need for collaboration across the industry and how this can be achieved. As well as reviewing how industry can achieve sustainability in the offshore sector.

09:10 Keynote: Collaboration in the Industry – A Vessel Owners Perspective

  • Adapting to a changing industry, redefining our role as service provider.
  • Working in partnership, anticipate and meet customer’s needs.
  • Offering holistic solutions with a focus on innovation to drive efficiency and safety.

Henriette Thygesen, Chairman of Maersk Supply Service and CEO of Svitzer

09:30 Q&A

09:35 Panel Session: Meet the IOCs
This panel session will provide a unique opportunity to hear from the oil & gas community.

  • Changes the sector has been through since the 2014 crash and how these have/are being implemented.
  • Key drivers in selecting an OSV partner and defining needs.
  • Strategies for achieving a balance between increased energy demand and reduced emissions requirements.
  • Doing things differently – moving towards servitisation.
  • Collaborating and building relationships with OSV partners.

Panellists:
Patrick Gruppo, Global Marine Category Manager, BP
Alex Morton, Marine and Aviation Technical Authority, Chrysaor E&P
Morten Sundt, Manager – Marine, Equinor
Bo Jardine, Global Category Manager – Marine, Shell

10:15 Embracing Sustainability in the Offshore Sector

  • Balancing economic growth, social development and environmental protection.
  • Environmental sustainability and challenges for the OSV sector to meet market demands .
  • Driving sustainability for the benefit of all in the offshore sector.

Ian Trebinski, Head of HSSEQ, P&O Maritime Logistics

10:35 Q&A

10:40 Networking coffee break in the exhibition area sponsored by GE Energy Power Conversion


SESSION 6: KEEPING AFLOAT

What will it take to keep afloat in a market still in recovery? This session will provide a detailed look at why the market hasn’t recovered in previously predicted timeframes, how companies are approaching the crewing challenge and what opportunities does restructuring offer and what availability and on what terms is financing available.

11:20 Managing Offshore Crew Employment Complexities

  • Crew employment so far.
  • New areas of operation, offshore and energy.
  • Global employment solutions.
  • Outlook and new normal.

Maciek Bejm, Offshore Business Development Director, V.Ships Offshore

 

11:40 Show Me the Recovery

  • For some there are small signs of recovery, for others the pain remains.
  • Why hasn’t the market recovered at the rate it was predicted to? Is there an end in sight?
    Are the changes the sector has seen over the past 12 months or so here to stay?

Jeff Drake, Managing Director, Alix Partners

12:00 Refinancing and Restructuring for Growth in Challenging Economic Conditions

  • Review of restructurings to date, the good & the bad.
  • Trends in the sector.
  • Applying lessons learned to future restructurings.
  • Is there still more to come?

12:20 Q&A

12:30 Panel Session: The Latest from the Financing Scene

  • What makes the market investable, what are the banks looking for?
  • Is there still an appetite for the banks to invest in the offshore markets?
  • Is affordable vessel financing even available anymore?
  • Alternatives to conventional lending – equity markets; venture capitalists; leasing structures from Chinese banks.
  • Green lending – a review of the Poseidon Principles and what they mean for OSV owners.

Panellists include:
Andrew Williams, Counsel, Norton Rose Fulbright
Kristoffer Salbuvik Iden, Senior Vice President, Offshore Merchant Partners
Stig Horsberg Eriksen, Director and Head of Energy and Maritime Industries, SpareBank 1 SR-Bank

13:00 Networking lunch break in the exhibition area


SESSION 7: OFFSHORE INDUSTRY LEADERS OUTLOOK

This session will provide an update from Tidewater on their recent financial and corporate restructuring and a panel of distinguished leaders from OSV owners will share their plans to survive the next 12 months and position themselves for growth once the market upturn appears.

14:10 Case Study: A Review of a Recent Restructuring

  • Update on the financial restructuring.
  • Where are they now in the process.
  • Has it gone the way they expected?
  • Plans for the future.

Quintin V. Kneen, President, CEO & Director, Tidewater

 

14:30 Q&A

 

14:35 Industry Leaders Panel Discussion

  • Adapting to a new norm.
  • Strategies to meet the changing needs of the client, becoming a one-stop service.
  • Capitalising on emerging/alternative markets.
  • Achieving environmental sustainability and the impact on the OSV sector.
  • Gender equality in the OSV sector.
  • What is the future of the offshore hydrocarbon sector in light of electrification, efficiency, renewables ...?

Panellists include:
Gaël Bodénès, CEO, Bourbon Offshore
Christoffer Knudsen, Chief Commercial Officer, GC Rieber Shpping
Kelvin Teo, Managing Director, POSH Kerry Renewables
Quintin V. Kneen, President, CEO & Director, Tidewater

15:10 Session Q&A

15:20 Closing remarks from the conference chairman, Edwin Lampert, Head of Content, Riviera Maritime Media

15:30-16:30 OSV sector trade association and owners’ debate
The one-hour debate will focus on four specific topics to stimulate debate on the contribution of Trade Associations to the Offshore Support Vessel sector in:

  • Development of Industry Standards and Guidance
  • Encouraging professionalism in the offshore sector
  • Opportunities for benchmarking among operators
  • Decarbonisation and the potential requirement for new regulation

Each topic will be introduced by a senior representative from one of the following trade associations:
International Chamber of Shipping (ICS)
International Marine Contractors Association (IMCA)
International Support Vessel Owners’ Association (ISOA)
The Nautical Institute


* Programme subject to change/amendments.

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Who Attended

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Confirmed attendees to 5-6 February Conferences


Oil Companies and Vessel Operators:

ABC Maritime
ADNOC Logistics & Services
Allianz Marine Services
Anglo-Eastern Group
Antares Naviera
Atlantic Towing
Bibby Marine Services
Boa Management
Borealis Maritime
Bourbon Offshore
BP
BSM Offshore
Caspian Marine Services
Chrysaor E&P
Columbia Ship Management
CSM Energy
DOF
Edda Accommodation
EDT Offshore
Eidesvik Offshore

Equinor
Esvagt
GC Reiber Shipping
Global Marine Group
GloMar Offshore
Gran Energia
JD Irving
Maersk Supply Service
Maridive & Oil Services
Navigare Capital Partners
Norsk Hydro Olje
North Sea Shipping
Northern Marine Manning Services
Oceanteam Shipping
OSM Group
OSM Maritime Group
P&O Maritime (Logistics)
PAO Sovcomflot
Penguin International
Peterson
Rem Offshore

Royal Wagenborg
Sea & Vessel Offshore Marine Services
Seacor Marine Holdings
Seaways International
Sentinel Marine
Shell
Solstad Offshore
Stanford Marine
Subsea 7
Svitzer
Swire Pacific Offshore Operations
Synergy Offshore
Tidewater
Total E&P Danmark
United Offshore Support
V.Group
V.Ships Offshore
Vroon Offshore Services
Wilson Sons

 

Other Attending Companies:

4C Offshore
ABS
Alix Partners
Ampelmann Operations
Archer Knight
Arctic Offshore
ASSA ABLOY Hospitality
Astilleros Gondan
AXTech
Bahri
Bakker Sliedrecht
Bakker Sliedrecht Electro Industrie
Barry Rogliano Salles
BMO Offshore
Boston Consulting Group
Bulugo
Bureau Veritas Marine & Offshore
Caterpillar Marine Power Systems
Centraalstaal
Clarksons Platou
Clarksons Port Services
Clyde & Co
Colebrook Offshore
Corvus Energy
C-Nav Positioning Solutions
Cummins
Damen Shipyards Gorinchem
Department for International Trade
DNV GL
DNV GL Maritime
DP & Marine Assurance
Ecospray Technologies
Eksportkreditt
ELA Container Offshore
Eltorque
ESNA
Fearnley Offshore Supply
Fugro Norway
GE Energy Power Conversion UK
GE Transportation
GIEK
Glander International Bunkering
Global Maritime Consultancy

Guidance Marine
Health and Safety Executive
Herock Consulting
Hoglund
Huisman Equipment
Hydro Extrusion Sweden
IHS Energy
IMCA
IMECA
Inmarsat
ION
ISOA
Kennedy Marr
Kenz Figee
Kongsberg Maritime
Kongsberg Maritime - Offshore
Kongsberg Seatex
LATC Marine
Louisiana Cat
M3 Marine Group
MacGregor
Mandalay
Marine Technologies
Maritime Partner
Maritime Strategies International
MMA Offshore
MPGCO
Navigare Capital Partners
NAVTOR
Nedstack Fuel Cell Technology
Norddeutsche Landesbank Girozentrale
Norton Rose Fulbright
NOV Rig Systems
Norwegian Electric Systems
Offshore Merchant Partners
OSD-IMT
OneStep Power
Opsealog
Osbit
Ostensjo Rederi
Palfinger Marine
PG Flow Solutions
Pon Power
RADIO HOLLAND GROUP

REEL SAS
RenewableUk
RH Marine Netherlands
Rosetti Marino
Royal Advisors
Royal IHC
Royston
RSC Bio Solutions
Rystad Energy
Salt Ship Design
Scandinavian Reach Technologies
Seabrokers
Seacroft Marine Consultants
Seaonics
SMBC
SMST Designers & Constructors
Sonardyne
Sparebank 1 SR-Bank
Spinnaker Global
Stephenson Harwood
Tero Marine
The International Jack Up Barge Operators Association
The Nautical Institute
The Workboat Association
TTS Marine
Ulstein Verft
UniSea
UPTIME International
Van Aalst Marine & Offshore
Vanuatu Maritime Services
VARD Group
Veripos
Vessel Technology
VesselsValue
Voith Turbo
Wärtsilä Ship Design Norway
Wärtsilä UK
Westcon Power & Automation
Westwood Global Energy
WindEurope
Winston & Strawn
Yxney Maritime

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Novotel London West Hotel
1st floor, Champagne Suite
1 Shortlands
Hammersmith International Centre
Hammersmith
W6 8DR
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  • 630 bedrooms
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  • 3 of London’s main tube lines within a 3-minute walk of the hotel
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Exhibition

 

The exhibition ran over the course of 3 days and the space was shared with attendees to the Offshore Wind Journal Conference, European Dynamic Positioning Conference and OSJ Subsea Conference (all running concurrently on 4 February) and the 2 day Annual Offshore Support Journal Conference (on 5-6 February).

 

 

2020 Exhibitors included:
Stand 1: OneStep Power Solutions
Stand 2: UniSea
Stand 3: PG Flow Solutions
Stand 4: Scandinavian Reach Technologies
Stand 6: Westcon Power and Automation
Stand 7: Vessel Technology
Stand 8: NAVTOR
Stand 9: ISOA
Stand 10: Sonardyne
Stand 11: Royal IHC
Stand 13: DNV GL
Stand 14: Bibby Marine Services
Stand 15: Eltorque
Stand 16: Opsealog
Stand 17: Fugro
Stand 18: Caterpillar
Stand 19: Osbit
Stand 20: Veripos
Stand 21: RH Marine and Bakker Sliedrecht
Stand 22: Seaonics
Stand 23: A&P
Stand 24: IMECA
Stand 25: Damen Shipyards Gorinchem

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