UTC2022 – Subsea leading the way in the energy transition
Call for abstracts and call for sponsorship and exhibition opportunities are now open for the Underwater Technology Conference in Bergen.
The 28th annual Underwater Technology Conference will be back in its physical form in Bergen, Norway 14 – 16th June 2022. We expect more than 500 delegates and 30 exhibitors from around the globe.
- Call for Abstracts is now open – Visit the Call for abstract page (deadline for submsission 26 January)
- Call for Sponsorship and Exhibition Opportunities is now open - Visit page for Sponsorship & Exhibition Opportunities for more detailed information.
Call for Abstracts and Topics of Interest
UTC2022 will focus on the world’s need for sustainable and climate neutral energy and create a good balance between this and the traditional scope of underwater technology for subsea oil and gas production. We want to welcome a broad scope of abstracts. Below you can view the topics of interest the UTC program committee encourage you to be inspired by:field of the future
- Field of the future
- Solutions for energy transition
- New energy carriers
- Subsea increased recovery
- Subsea Boosting
- Subsea Processing
- Environmental monitoring and impact of systems
- Zero emission
- Subsea Decarbonization
- Power generation
- Power distribution
- Remote operation /automation
- Autonomous operation
- Innovation / new technology
- Subsea tie-back technologyInstallation and IMR
- Well intervention
- Material technology
- Lifetime enhancement
- Condition based maintenance
- Big data/Data management
- All electric solutions / Instrumentation
- Carbon Capture, Transportation, Storage and Utilization
- Hydrogen solutions for storage of energy
- Renewable energy: Tidal, wind and wave
- Subsea Safety and Integrity
A text abstract outlining your theme and content, max 250 words or a short abstract summary and a short video presentation of your theme and content, max 2 minutes.
Visit the Call for abstract page (deadline for submsission 26 January)
Call for Sponsorships & Exhibition
The home of UTC 2022 will again be the famous Grieghallen, situated in the city centre of Bergen, situated within short walking distance from all major hotels, sights and restaurants. Exhibitors will be given excellent opportunities to expose your company brand and products. The plenary room and parallel session rooms have superb capacity, and the exhibition area is located in the immediate area.
All coffee breaks and luncheons will be embedded in the Exhibition Hall. This will offer excellent opportunities for participant interaction in a compact and modern setting. The conference area is purpose built for conferences combining Exhibition and technical content. We expect more than 500 delegates and 30 exhibitors from around the globe to be present.
Do not miss this opportunity to expose your brand to and reengaging with the global subsea technology industry's Executives, Managers, Engineers, Strategy & Planning personnel as well as Academicians.
Visit page for Sponsorship & Exhibition Opportunities for more detailed information.
Reengage with Subsea Technology
The overall goal of the Underwater Technology Conference is to be the most relevant meeting arena where new contacts are created, contracts are signed, knowledge is shared, and important relations and network cultivated. Do not miss the opportunity to reengage with the subsea technology industry most influential Executives, Managers, Engineers, Strategy &Planning personnel as well as the Subsea academicians.
This year’s conference theme is “Subsea leading the way in the energy transition”. We want to ensure our relevance in the new energy domain. Subsea technology has for decades provided robust, compact and energy efficient solutions to the Oil and Gas industry. Our professionals are enthusiastic about sharing experience and adapting to the future energy needs.
Since its Inauguration in 1980, Bergen has served as the host city for the world’s oldest subsea conference. UTC has since become a widely recognized conference, which attracts participants from all parts of the international subsea community. The UTC is hosted jointly by the Underwater Technology Foundation (UTF) and GCE Ocean Technology in close cooperation with its hosting partners SPE Bergen and FFU.
The delegates attending the conference are a success factor for UTC. A relevant and applicable technical program, as well as arenas for networking and discussions, have a high focus when planning for the event. The Program Committee consists of Norwegian and International professionals, from both operators and suppliers, ensuring a conference program of high standards. Delegates are invited to a related seminar on Market and Investors Relations, and networking events.
UTC also want to continue to be a place where innovation is introduced and where the spark for further cooperation and new technology solutions is lit.
We hereby invite you to to participate and make UTC an even greater subsea event!
Registration will open soon.
If you have any questions, please contact project leader, UTC: Harald Risnaes firstname.lastname@example.org.
UTC is hosted by The Underwater Technology Foundation (UTF) and GCE Ocean Technology, in close cooperation with our hosting partners SPE Bergen and FFU.
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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