Offshore Technology International
Offshore Technology International is designed to keep upstream oil and gas industry professionals informed of the latest technical and scientific developments in exploration and production technology.
The publication draws on the expertise of the world’s leading authorities in E&P to provide its readers with an unbiased review of both current and emerging technologies.
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Offshore Technology International covers all key stages of exploration and production and contains previously unpublished technical and scientific research papers and case study articles, which address the key issues and challenges facing the upstream oil and gas industry. Each article is written specifically for the project by prominent industry professionals and key opinion leaders and is therefore required reading for senior executives, engineers, procurement directors, operations professionals and other senior technical personnel within oil exploration and production companies.
As well as keeping upstream professionals abreast of the latest developments affecting the industry, Offshore Technology International enables them to locate the service providers they require from a single source and build a comprehensive database of reference material for projects they are undertaking.
International Association of Oil and Gas Producers (OGP)
OGP represents the upstream oil & gas industry before international organisations including the International Maritime Organisation, the United Nations Environment Programme (UNEP), Regional Seas Conventions and other groups under the UN umbrella. At the regional level, OGP is the industry representative to the European Commission and Parliament and the OSPAR Commission for the North East Atlantic. Equally important is OGP’s role in promulgating best practices, particularly in the areas of health, safety, the environment and social responsibility. www.ogp.org.uk
National Ocean Industries Association (NOIA)
The mission of the National Ocean Industries Association (NOIA) is to secure reliable access and a favourable regulatory and economic environment for the companies that develop the valuable offshore energy resources of the United States in an environmentally responsible manner. NOIA members include producers of crude oil and natural gas, contractors, marine engineers, service and supply companies and others with an interest in producing energy from the nation's outer continental shelf. www.noia.org
Observatoire Méditerranéen de l’Energie (OME)
The Observatoire Méditerranéen de l’Energie (OME) is a non-profit organisation gathering some thirty leading energy companies operating in the Mediterranean region. Its aim is to foster co-operation in the field of energy among its members, build energy scenarios, carry out studies on relevant energy issues, organise conferences and workshops. www.ome.org
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The publication is distributed to:
- Major and Independent Oil and Gas companies
- FPSO Operators
- Rig Owners/Operators
- Multi-disciplinary companies
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