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Offshore Northern Seas 2018
August 27 - 30
Stavanger, Norway

The ONS Conference brings together the key players in the international energy industry, ministers and officials from energy-producing nations.Barents Sea opportunities and challenges

This year's event will see a technical session on the The Norwegian Barents Sea as it "brings opportunities for oil and gas production in the future. Although the areas opened for petroleum activities are the so-called "blue Arctic", i.e. ice-free, the lack of light during winter and the harsh climate have to be addressed under the highest of HSE standards.

Also, at a number of locations in the Barents Sea, there are unique challenges for well construction not normally seen further south, arising from shallow reservoirs or drilling in karstified carbonates".

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SMM

September 4 - 7
Hamburg, Germany

SMM offers delegates a diverse programme in the form of workshops, symposiums and seminars. Look forward to listening to some of the biggest names in the maritime industry. Get to know the leading forces in the maritime business - personally - and exchange ideas and experience in a unique environment.

For more information click here.

Sakhalin Oil & Gas

25 - 27 September

Stolitsa Business Centre, Sakhalin

Registration is now open for the 22nd Sakhalin conference where leaders of the regions oil & gas industry in the Russian Far East will meet to discuss the latest updates on Sakhalin's pioneering projects and the future for Russia's energy industry.

For more information click here.

Arctic Shipping Forum North America

October 17 - 19
St. Johns, Canada

Exploring the latest in operations, design and technology for shipping in the Arctic. This two-day conference is dedicated to the latest regulatory and technological developments for the Arctic region. With over 150 industry professionals in attendance, make the most of your time at Arctic Shipping Forum North America 2018 create connections and take part in our programme of networking sessions, in St. John's, Newfoundland, this fall.

For more information click here.

Arctic Technology Conference

November 5 - 7 2018

Houston, Texas

The Arctic Technology Conference (ATC) is built upon OTC's successful multidisciplinary approach, with 14 technical societies and organizations working together to deliver the world's most comprehensive Arctic event.

ATC is a highly focused, international conference on the cutting-edge technologies and innovative practices needed for exploration and production in the Arctic.

The deadline to submit an abstract for the Call for Papers is 13 March 2018.

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