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Arctic Shipping Forum
New perspectives on the world's most challenging arena for maritime commerce

17th - 20th April 2018
Helsinki Congress Paasitorni, Helsinki

Organised by Informa Maritime, this event will look at developing technological capabilities across the Arctic region, improving emergency response and working towards developing a sustainable future for shipping in the area. For more information, click here.

High North Dialogue 2018

April 18 - 19

Bodø, Norway

The theme of the conference in 2018 is Growth in the Arctic. We will explore topics such as High North scenarios, maritime waste and the regional dimension of development. Master and PhD students are also invited to participate in the week-long High North Dialogue courses taking place April 16-20.
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AIC 2018 - Transportation Infrastructure Engineering in Cold Regions

May 1 - 3 2018

Sisimut, Greenland

The ARTEK International Conference 2018 offers an opportunity for participants from the industry, the public sector, the science community and other stakeholders to present, discuss and exchange ideas and experience on how to plan, design, construct, operate and maintain transportation infrastructure in cold regions.

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Offshore Technology Conference

April 30 - May 3, 2016

Houston, Texas

One of the world's longest running and largest events for the oil and and gas industry, The Offshore Technology Conference (OTC) is where the world's energy professionals meet to exchange ideas and opinions to advance scientific and technical knowledge for offshore resources and environmental matters.
OTC is the largest global event for the oil and gas sector featuring approximately 2,000 exhibitors and attendees from across the globe.

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Arctic Energy & Emerging Technologies Conference
June 11 - 13
Inuvik, NWT, Canada
Previously known as the Inuvik Petroleum Show, this eventtakes place every June in the town of Inuvik, Northwest Territories. It is a meeting place for people from government and industry to gather and learn, network and promote various sources of energy and emerging technologies as it relates to our Arctic living environment.
Offshore Nothern 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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