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UTC Selected Topics

Sign up for UTC Selected Topics, held as a digital conference 18 November. 20 exciting presentations will be covering boosting, field of the future, all-electric, SURF, digitalization and low carbon.

Thanks to presenters, willing to share their knowledge in a new format, UTF and GCE Ocean Technology are happy to present UTC Selected Topics as a compact event of the Underwater Technology Conference – UTC 2020.

We are happy to present Camilla Leon, VP Project – Subsea Alliance Aker BP presenting technology as enabler for value creation and Sverre Alvik Programme Director, Energy Transition DNV GL as key note speakers.

20 Exciting Talks on the Agenda

Over 150 abstracts were submitted to UTC2020. We have selected 20 of them, including presentation from Equinor, Aker BP, Total, BP, OneSubsea, Subsea 7, Baker Hughes, Aker Solutions, DNV GL and many more.

We will have a live Q&A feature for you to submit questions to the presenters during the event. You will not need an app or install any software to attend.

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Cost and Time Efficient Event

The event will have three parallel sessions making it a compact event possible for most of the subsea world to follow the event online between 13:30-17:00 CET 18 November.

If you would like to see the presentations you missed, you can buy a Plus ticket to see them all.

Don’t miss the opportunity to get your ticket for a friendly, reduced price:

  • Price Basic: NOK 250,- includes live streaming during the event and Q&A
  • Price Plus: NOK 500,- includes Basic as well as replay of presentations for one month
    All prices are including VAT

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UTC Selected Topics is organised in collaboration with UTF and is supported by SPE and FFU:


Contact Information

Jon O. Hellevang

R&D Manager

Jon O. Hellevang

The Underwater Technology Conference (UTC) has a well-known history of presenting highly competent speakers on current and important topics for the subsea industry.

UTC has been arranged in Bergen Norway since 1980 and is hosted by UTF (Underwater Technology foundation) and GCE Ocean Technology.

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