Show Preview: From the North Sea to Brazil’s presalt, deepwater drives Offshore Europe 2011 ///

Following the movement of offshore exploration in the North Sea and elsewhere around the world, one of Europe’s premier oil and gas shows is reaching for deeper water. With a new exhibit space and discussion sessions focused on deepwater technology, as well as pavilions dedicated to presalt development in Brazil and the latest technology in remotely operated vehicles (ROVs), the 2011 Offshore Europe Oil and Gas Conference and Exhibition aims to extend the operating capability of offshore operators. The biennial conference, organized by the Society of Petroleum Engineers (SPE), focuses primarily on exploration and production in the North Sea, whose harsh environment, mature fields and strict regulatory requirements create myriad technical challenges for oil and gas operators. This year’s show, themed “Securing safe, smart, sustainable supply,” will be held Sept. 6–8 at the Aberdeen Exhibition and Conference Centre in Aberdeen, Scotland.

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