Bergen, Norway 11 – 13 June, 2019

Call for abstracts

Join the challenge of tailoring the complete subsea solution, sharing your experiences and your solutions for the future at UTC 2012. You are invited to present an abstract for consideration.

UTC has a well known history of presenting highly competent speakers on current and important topics regarding the subsea industry. This has resulted in UTC being the largest international forum and meeting ground for the subsea environment. UTC 2012 will be the 18th Underwater Technology Conference in Bergen.

Relevant topics include, but are not limited to:

Drilling and subsea well operations

• Completion and well intervention
• Well control
• Preventive measures for subsea blowout, preparedness and crisis management

SURF – Deep waters and long tiebacks

• Large bore solutions
• Riser towers and Hybrid solutions
• Marine operations and underwater intervention

Field development

• Subsea processing (and boosting)
• Integrated operations
• Flow assurance – new and mature fields
• Aftermarket solutions (IMR/MMO)

Subsea/ well integrity

• Subsea hot tapping
• Industrialization
• Well head fatigue
• Condition monitoring
• Materials

New technology (from small companies and R&D)

• New innovative subsea solutions
• ROV development – hybrid solutions and area of operation
• Instrumentation/sensors

Recruiting and competence

• Knowledge management
• Accelerated competence development
• Educational alignment of academia and industry
• Building/branding understanding
• Recruiting from other industries
• Alternative recruitment channels

How to make it happen – Examples from case studies and successes in project execution

• Utilizing operational experience for new improved design
• Industrialization and new technology implementation
• Attracting, developing and keeping competence

The Bergen area in Norway constitutes a world leading cluster in subsea technology, focusing on the markets for maintenance, modification and operation, as well as innovative and cutting edge technical products.

The cluster’s world leading position and the established interaction between participants formed the basis for the Norwegian government’s appointing of the cluster as a Norwegian centre of expertise for subsea technology in 2006.

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