- Discover 1000's of the Latest Upstream Technologies
- Connect with the Global Industry
- Gain New Technical Expertise
- Keep Up with Business Trends
This new free-to-attend zone at SPE Offshore Europe 2017 is supported by Decom North Sea and will include 20+ decommissioning technology and service providers.
The zone is set to bring together 11,000+ highly targeted technical, business and government industry professionals. Decommissioning in the North Sea looks set to grow over the coming years with the sector forecasted to be worth £50 billion*. The Decommissioning Zone is the place to meet this audience at OE17.
Decom North Sea are hosting two plenary sessions in the Decom Zone Theatre.
Wednesday 6 September, 10am - 12 noon - Decommissioning Regulation
Decommissioning Regulation, Policy and Emerging Issues - Audrey Banner, Head of Decommissioning Policy, and Financial Governance, Offshore Petroleum Regulator for Environment and Decommissioning, Department for Business, Energy and Industrial Strategy
Innovative Supply Chain - Window of Opportunity - Bill Cattanach OBE, Head of Supply Chain, Oil & Gas Authority
Lessons Learnt in the Development of the Environmental Appraisal Guidelines - Nathan Swankie, Principal, Ramboll Environ
One North Sea - Regulatory Alignment - Dorothy Burke, Decommissioning Consultant, Xodus Group
Thursday 7 September, 10am - 12 noon - Global Late Life and Decommissioning Practitioners
Design for Decommissioning - Caroline Laurenson, Decommissioning Technical Authority, Xodus Group and Dr Will Davies, General Manager, Industry Technology Facilitator (ITF)
Single Source Solution - Integrated Decom – Hari Vamadevan, Regional Manager, DNV GL
Defining New Models and Behaviours - David Hutchison, Operations Director, Late Life and Decommissioning, Petrofac Engineering & Production Services (West)
Creating a New Model for the Future out of the Challenges of the Present - Graeme Fergusson, Managing Director, Decom Energy Limited