Subsea Awareness Course 2020
28 - 29. April 2020
Event registration is closed.
We invite you to join our two-day subsea awareness course which is aimed towards engineers who are new entrants to the subsea industry. Employees and refresher candidates who need technology conversions within the offshore industry.
The Subsea Awareness Course has been cancelled due to the Covid-19 situation.
The course programme is as follows:
Day 1 will be spent at OneSubsea’s modern manufacturing facility at Horsøy where the attendees will receive technical presentations, and be able to walk through the factory and inspect state-of-the art subsea processing equipment including multiphase pumps, multiphase meters, production trees, etc. Subsea 7 will cover the afternoon session about offshore marine operations.
Day 2 will be spent at TechnipFMC’s facility at the Coast Center Base at Ågotnes, where there will be more focus on Subsea Production Systems including a tour of their workshop. Equinor will cover the afternoon session and present the operators perspective about subsea field developments.
If you are working within subsea oil and gas you should take this unique opportunity to be updated about the latest technology in the business. The course is a cost-effective way to update and prepare for the increased activity we experience in the subsea business.
Learn more about the detailed programme.
Participation and Costs
For SUT members 8.500,- NOK + VAT: 10.625,- NOK
For non-members 9.500,- NOK + VAT: 11.875,- NOK
All refreshments, and copy of the course compendium are included.
We are sorry to inform you that the Subsea Awareness Course has been cancelled due to the Covid-19 situation.
For further information contact:
Phone: +47 934 05 446
The course is organised in cooperation with:
Society for Underwater Technology (SUT)
SUT is a world-wide, multi-disciplinary, learned society that brings together organisations and individuals with a common interest in underwater technology, ocean science and offshore engineering.
SUT was founded in 1966 and has members from more than 40 countries.
The organisation has comprehensive expertise within its area of activity, whereby influencing on the development of new techniques and tools to further explore and exploit the worlds oceanic resources.
For more information visit Society for Underwater Technology.